EAST PALESTINE - Christina Wilczek became the bride of James Harvan on Aug. 11 at the East Palestine Eagles.
The bride is the daughter of Nancy Vega, Youngstown, formerly of East Palestine; and Joseph Campbell Jr., New Castle, Pa.
The groom is the son of Josephine Harvan, Texas; and the late Arthur Harvan.
Christina and James Harvan
Minister Travis Coon performed the double ring ceremony.
Escorted by her father and given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore a white satin, A-line gown featuring beaded detailed and button back. She wore an elbow length veil with pearl crystals and carried a bouquet of white, blue and burgundy flowers.
Megan Nolte, Darlington, Pa., served as maid of honor in a horizon blue gown. In matching gowns were bridesmaid Sabrina Campbell, Koppel, Pa.; and junior bridesmaid, Sierra Wilczek, Youngstown. Flower girls were Courtney Wilczek, Youngstown; and Hannah Nolte, Darlington, Pa.
Performing the duties of best man was Andy Harris, Darlington, Pa. Groomsman was Joseph Campbell III, Koppel, Pa.; and junior groomsman was David Cade Jr., Beaver Falls, Pa. Ring bearer was Caleb Martin, Monaca, Pa.
A reception for approximately 100 people followed.
A rehearsal dinner was held at the Eagles.
The bride attended Blackhawk High School and graduate from East Palestine High School in 1999. She is employed in the bakery at the Beaver Falls, Pa. Giant Eagle.
The groom graduated from Hopewell High School in 1986 and is also employed at the Beaver Falls, Pa. Giant Eagle as a meat cutter.
The couple reside in Youngstown.