Elizabeth Bryan and Joshua Stelle were married April 24, 2010, in Leipsic United Methodist Church in Ohio by the Rev. Stephen Stelle, the bridegroom’s father, and the Rev. Amy Haines.
The bride is a daughter of Fred and Carolyn Bryan, 610 Buckeye Drive, Leipsic, Ohio.
The bridegroom is a son of the Rev. Stephen and Brenda Stelle, 2745 Woodhill Drive, Hermitage.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride’s gown featured a sweetheart neckline, lace straps and a bridal satin bodice. A full skirt overlaid with beading and a chapel train completed the gown. Her veil of bridal illusion tulle with silver and pearl beading was topped with a pearl tiara. White roses, juniper berries, green carnations, stephanotis and lilacs decorated the church and bridal party.
Special music was performed by the groom’s brother, Caleb Stelle of Hermitage, who also served as best man.
Ushers were Jonathan Baisch, Export Pa., and Michael York, Gaithersburg Md., both groom’s best friends; and Addison Bryan, bride’s brother, Leipsic.
Lisa Meyers, bride’s best friend, Cincinnati, was the honor attendant. Bridesmaids were Allison and Sondra Bryan, both bride’s sisters of Leipsic; and Adelle Lawrence, bride’s cousin of Burlington, Vt.
A reception was held at the Findlay (Ohio) Elks Lodge.
After a honeymoon to Riveria Maya, Mexico, the newlyweds live in New Castle.
Mrs. Stelle holds a bachelor’s degree in history from Grove City College. She is a research associate for the Commonwealth Foundation in Harrisburg.
Her husband also graduated from Grove City College. He holds a bachelor’s degree in chemistry. He manages the Laurel office of First National Bank in Lawrence County.