Lynette Bumb and Keith Leiter exchanged wedding vows at 4 p.m. Dec. 7, 2012, at St. Mary Catholic Church, Tiffin. The Rev. Gary Walters was officiant during the double-ring service. A reception followed at Meadowbrook Park Ballroom, Bascom.

The bride is the daughter of Jerry and Shirley Bumb of Sycamore.

The groom is the son of Gary Leiter of Youngstown and the late Nancy Leiter.

The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a one-shoulder gown with a plunging sweetheart neckline, pleated wrapped bodice and lace-up corset back featuring a tiered, looped, full skirt and train accented with a waist sash embedded with flowers and crystals. Her headpiece was a large, matching flower. She carried a bouquet of evergreens, a large white hydrangea, baby pine cones, crystals and snow-covered spikes.

Kelly Schwab of Tiffin was her sister’s maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Janet Koerper of Tiffin, sister of the bride, Megan Leiter of Dayton, sister of groom, and Andrea Keaton of Centerburg and Shannon Widman of Republic, friends of the bride. They wore charcoal knee-length dresses featuring a chiffon flower shoulder strap, shirred sweetheart bust and a front, center slit on the skirt. They carried bouquets of evergreens, an ice blue hydrangea, baby pine cones and snow-covered spikes.

Darren McCormick of Youngstown was best man. Groomsmen were Jeremy Hartman, John Castronova and Brian Wilson, all of Youngstown, and Ryan Stobbs of Findlay, friends of the groom.

The bride graduated from Mohawk High School and The Ohio State University. She is a project controls specialist at Marathon Petroleum Corp., Findlay.

The groom is an engineer at Marathon, Findlay. He graduated from Austintown Fitch High School and The University of Cincinnati.

Honoring the bride with miscellaneous showers were the couple’s sisters, Janet Koerper, Kelly Schwab and Megan Leiter, Oct. 28 and Shannon Widman Nov. 10.

A rehearsal dinner was at Shell Shuckers, Tiffin.

The couple resides at 8210 Ash Ridge Lane, Findlay, following a honeymoon to Moorea Island.