Courtney Ohl and Jonathon Cook exchanged wedding vows at 4:30 p.m. Oct 2, 2010, at Trinity United Church of Christ in Tiffin. The Rev. Dr. Louis Rick Dorsch was officiant during the double-ring ceremony. A reception was at Somerset Reception Hall.
The bride is the daughter of Robert and Darlene Ohl of Tiffin.
The bridegroom is the son of Steve and Mindy Cook of Tiffin and Kim and Mike Stockslager of Delaware.
The bride, given in marriage by her father and mother, wore an ivory chiffon A-line strapless gown. The gown had empire waist accented with hand-beaded lace and ruching detail. The train was chapel-length and her headpiece was a beaded band encrusted with pearls and crystals attached to a waist-length veil. She carried a Colonial-style bouquet of orange lilies, orange alstroemeria, white roses and brown hypericum berries.
The attendants wore burnt orange chiffon A-line halter dresses, with satin around the waist, and floor-length. They carried Colonial style bouquets with white roses accented with brown hypericum and orange alstroemeria.
Karis Tyree of Tiffin was her sister's matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Ashley Berrier of Tiffin, Nikki Buckinghmam of Dayton and Theresa Guay of Findlay.
The flower girl was the bride's niece, Kyra Tyree. She wore a chiffon ivory dress.
Tim Frisch of Tiffin was best man. Groomsmen were Jon Seeburger of Florida, Jeff Buckingham of Dayton and Alan Hunter of Indiana.
The bride is a 2006 graduate of Columbian High School and 2009 graduate of Owens Community College. She is employed by Great Harvest Bread Co.
The bridegroom, a 2005 graduate of Columbian High School, is a signal maintainer with Norfolk Southern Railroad.
Honoring the bride with miscellaneous showers were Karis Tyree and Ashley Berrier in August 2010. The groom's mother hosted an engagement party for the couple in the summer in Delaware.
A rehearsal dinner was at Camden Falls in Tiffin.
The couple reside in Mentor following a trip to the Smoky Mountains, Tennessee.