Ashley Hoerig and Donald Corrick Jr. exchanged wedding vows at 4:30 p.m. Nov. 5, 2011, at New Beginnings Assembly of God, Tiffin. The Rev. Rex King was officiant. A reception followed at Tiffin Eagles Ballroom.
Ashley is the daughter of Chris and Dawn Hoerig of Tiffin.
Donald is the son of Kelly Barnes of Castalia and Donald Corrick of Sandusky.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an ivory satin, cap-sleeved gown with a sweetheart bodice covered in beaded lace. The skirt was side-draped satin with pick-up detailing and featured a chapel-length train. She carried a posy bouquet of ivory, burnt orange, burgundy and brown roses tied with ivory ribbon and accented with a burgundy bow.
Michelle Hoerig of Tiffin was her sister's maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Brandy Stahl and Emma Hoerig, sisters of the bride, and Mindy Caudill, friend of the bride, all of Tiffin. They wore burgundy floor-length satin dresses with deep V-necklines. The straps were accented with jewels. They carried smaller versions of the bride's bouquet.
Addison Hoerig, daughter of the bride, was flower girl.
Branden Frisbee of Sandusky was his friend's best man. Groomsmen were Matt Ried and Chris Scherer, friends of the groom, and Brandon Corrick, brother of the groom, all of Castalia.
The bride, a 2004 graduate of Columbian High School, graduated in 2007 from Terra Community College. She is a preschool teacher at First Lutheran Preschool and Extended Care, Tiffin.
The bridegroom graduated in 2002 from Margaretta High School. He is employed by Kyklos Bearing International, Sandusky.
Honoring the bride with a shower was her mother, Dawn Hoerig, in October 2011.
A rehearsal dinner was at New Beginnings Assembly of God.
The couple took a honeymoon in Tennessee in late November and now lives in Clyde.