Carly Yost and Matthew Campbell were united in marriage during a 12:30 p.m. double-ring ceremony May 22, 2010, in Westerville, at Central College Presbyterian Church. The Rev. David M. Redding was the officiant. A reception followed at Bent Tree Golf Club, Columbus.
Carly is the daughter of Jospeh and Andrea Yost of Carey.
Matthew is the son of Larry and Helen Campbell of Johnstown.
Carly, given in marriage by her parents, wore a Sottero and Midgley ivory, one-piece strapless, slim line gown with corset closure. It had crystal tulle embellished with lace over a fitted, satin skirt that featured a satin band and bow with a silver brooch at the empire waistline. She also wore a two-tier, shoulder-length veil with a crystal beaded edge. She carried a bouquet of sterling silver spray roses, white sunburst alstromeria, purple statice and green carnations.
Jill Stuckey of Hicksville was her sister's matron of honor. She wore a Bill Levkoff chiffon, strappless dress in Victorian lilac, gathered in front and accented by a rhinestone pin. She carried a bouquet of the same flowers as the bride.
Lance Campbell of Croton was his brother's best man.
Flower girl was Iris D'Costa of Westerville, friend of the couple.
Carly is a 1999 graduate of Carey High School and a 2005 graduate of Ohio Northern University. She is a pharmacist at CVS Pharmacy.
Matthew is a 1996 graduate of Westerville South High School and a 2003 graduate of Capital University. He is the owner of Land Visions Enterprises.
The rehearsal dinner took place at Hoggy's Restaurant in Columbus.
Following a wedding trip to Hawaii, the couple resides at 7938 Black Willow Drive, Blacklick, OH 43004.