Brett Kromer and Matt Wilson exchanged wedding vows at 1:30 p.m. Aug. 24, 2013, at St. Mary Catholic Church, Sandusky. The Rev. Philip Feltman and the Rev. Douglas Garand officiated the double-ring service. A dinner and dance reception followed at the Erie County Fairgrounds, Sandusky.
The bride is the daughter of Matthew and Heather Kromer of Sandusky.
The bridegroom is the son of Mary Ann Wilson of Bettsville and Don Wilson of Toledo.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a La Sposa Madeira dress and carried a bouquet of fresh garden flowers
Melissa Mayse of Huber Heights, friend of the bride, served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Casey Wilson of Sandusky and Jamie Board of Fremont, sisters of the groom, Samantha Kromer of Westlake and Katlyn Orzech of Sandusky, cousins of the bride, and Sarah Schade of Fremont, Allysen Noyes of Greenville, N.C., Amanda Nofts of Sandusky, Allison Didion of Columbus and Haily Barcus of Englewood, Colo., friends of the couple. They wore yellow dresses in the style of their choice and carried bouquets of fresh garden flowers.
Zach McGrain of Athens, friend of the groom, served as best man. Groomsmen were Luke and Zeb Kromer of Sandusky, brothers of the bride, Kevin Steele of Bettsville, cousin of the groom, and Ricardo Lopez of Bettsville, AJ Barnes of Granville, Josh Coleman of Somerset, Justin Trautman of Tiffin, Steven Fox of Old Fort, Tyler Galloway of Sandusky and Aaron Eckert of Bucyrus, friends of the couple. They wore charcoal pants and vests with white shirts and yellow neckties.
Flower girl was Ryann Schade of Fremont, goddaughter of the bride. Ring bearer was Aaron Solet of Elyria, godson of the bride.
The bride graduated from St. Mary Central Catholic High School, Sandusky, in 2007 and in 2011 from Otterbein University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree with a concentration in photography and business. She is a financial advisor at Primerica Financial and owner/photographer of Brett Ashton Images.
The bridegroom graduated from Bettsville High School in 2006 and in 2011 from Otterbein University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in physical and health education. He is an arborist at Tree Experts, Huron, and assistant baseball coach at Oberlin College.
Honoring the bride with a miscellaneous shower in Sandusky were her aunts and grandmother. A second miscellaneous shower was hosted by the bridegrooms’ sisters and mother in Fremont.