Acacia Bland and Tyler Hull exchanged wedding vows at 3:30 p.m. June 8, 2013, at Zion United Church of Christ, Bettsville. The Rev. Adam Bohland officiated the double-ring ceremony. A reception followed at Hull Farms, Tiffin.

The bride is the daughter of Lea Bland and Brian Arnold of Tiffin.

The groom is the son of Tom and Dena Hull of Tiffin.

The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an ivory and champagne Chantilly lace over light gold satin gown with an empire waist and corset back. The strapless bodice featured a satin waistband accented with organza and satin flowers with rhinestone centers. The lace on the gown was embellished with Swarovski crystals, sequins, seed beads and bugle beads, and had a scalloped hemline and chapel-length train. Her headpiece was a comb of ivory and champagne flowers accented with crystals and pearls. She carried an arrangement of light pink roses and ivory lilies.

Molly Beach of Arlington and Erica Thatcher of Perrysburg served as matrons of honor. Maid of honor was Monica Boehler of Findlay. Bridesmaids were Bobbi Buckland of Carey, Hilary Ritz of Fremont, Stacy Crowell of Sandusky and Angela Hull of Burgoon. They wore short chiffon dresses with spaghetti straps. They wore a combination of chocolate dresses with platinum trim and platinum dresses with chocolate trim.

Steven Fox of Cleveland served as best man. Groomsmen were Ryan Hull and Aaron Hull, brothers of the groom; Justin Trautman of Tiffin; Steven Curlis of Sycamore, cousin of the bride; Dustin Snyder of Sycamore, brother of the bride; and Jaime Pence of Fremont, cousin of the groom.

Kenadee Snyder, niece of the bride, was the flower girl.

The couple’s sons, Carson and Wyatt Hull, were ring bearers.

Acacia is a 2005 graduate of Calvert High School and a 2009 graduate of Bowling Green State University. She is enrolled in Ohio Basic Peace Officer Training Academy at Owens State Community College and is the asset protection lead at Best Buy, Findlay.

Tyler, a 2008 graduate of Bettsville High School, is working toward a degree in mechanical engineering at Terra State Community College and works at Whirlpool Corp., Clyde.