Meranda Reino and Aaron Koehl exchanged wedding vows at 4 p.m. Aug. 14, 2010, at First Lutheran Church, Tiffin. The Rev. Darrel Gant was officiant during the double-ring service. A reception followed at Tiffin Eagles.
The bride is the daughter of Tony and Gina Reino of Gibsonburg.
The groom is the son of Howard and Shirley Koehl of Tiffin.
The bride wore a strapless satin pick-up ballgown with beading and a cathedral train. The bridesmaids wore red satin strapless dresses with black satin sashes.
Leslie Pembuar, sister-in-law to the bride, was the matron of honor while Constance Reino, sister of the bride, was the maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Betsy Kimmet of Tiffin and Christa Lehrer of Castalia.
Carle Dell of Tiffin was the flower girl.
The groomsmen wore black tuxes with red vests and red ties, while the groom wore a black tux, a white vest and a white tie.
Andre Tiell of Bascom was the best men. Groomsmen were Charles Dell and Anton Koehl of Tiffin and RJ Pembuar of Cincinnati.
Ring bearer was Tyler Williamson.
The bride graduated in 2005 from Gibsonburg High School and is employed by Tiffin City Police Department.
The groom graduated in 2001 from Columbian High School. He is a paramedic full-time for Sandusky County and part-time for Seneca County.
The couple resides in Fort Seneca following a Royal Caribbean cruise and Walt Disney honeymoon.