Melissa Dawn Howe and William Harrison Feasel were united in marriage Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013, in an outdoor ceremony at The Brick in Frankfort. The Rev. Joy Stanforth officiated.

Melissa is the daughter of Alfred and Julie Howe of Washington Court House.

William is the son of Debbie and Al Dible of Galion and Joe and Theresa Feasel of Tiffin.

Melissa, escorted by her father, wore a white taffeta, strapless Alfred Angelo gown. The gown featured a ruched torso with a pleated pickup on each side held in place by rhinestone clusters at the hip and a chapel-length train. The bodice was complemented by a band of rhinestones, pearls, crystal beading and sequins. An elbow-tip veil edged in rhinestones completed her look. Her bouquet was composed of red and orange gerbera daisies, sunflowers, coffee berries, billy balls, purple statice and wheat.

Holly Feasel Fitch, sister of the groom, served as matron of honor. Her gown was claret red with a sweetheart neckline ruched bodice and a corset back. Her bouquet was a smaller version of the bride’s.

Ted Fitch, brother-in-law of the groom, was the best man. He and the groom wore charcoal gray tuxes with variegated striped apple red vests and paisley tie. Their boutonnieres were a gerbera daisy, coffee berries and wheat tied by twine.

Melissa is a graduate of Miami Trace High School and earned an associate’s degree at Bradford Business College. She is the service coordinator at Ohio CAT in Hilliard.

William graduated from Galion High School

and The University of Toledo with an architectural technology degree. He works for Tangoe as a help desk agent.

The couple honeymooned in Gatlinburg, Tenn., and the Great Smoky Mountains, and now reside in Galloway.