Leah Kimmet and Patrick Oberhaus exchanged wedding vows at 4 p.m. April 21, 2012, at Tiffin AMVETS, with Judge Michael Kelbley officiating the double-ring ceremony. A reception followed at Tiffin AMVETS.
The bride is the daughter of Chuck and Janet Kimmet of Republic.
The groom is the son of Victor and Cathy Oberhaus of Napoleon.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an ivory A-line, V-neck gown with a ruched bodice and side draping, accented with crystal beads. The corset-style, lace-up back also was accented with hand beading, and the chapel train was decorated with chiffon layers and hand beading. Her headpiece was a tiara attached to a sheer, double-tier, waist-length veil edged with hand beading. She carried a bouquet of pink gerbera daisies, cream and pink roses and green orchids.
Melissa Stanton served as maid of honor and wore a rose petal pink strapless, tea-length dress with a clover green wide-ruched sash. She carried a bouquet of pink gerbera daisies, cream roses and green orchids, tied with pink ribbon.
Luke Kimmet was the bridesman.
Michael and Anthony Oberhaus, brothers of the groom and both of Napoleon, were the best men.
The bride, a 1996 graduate of Columbian High School and 2001 graduate of Terra Community College, is employed by Huntington Bank.
The bridegroom graduated in 1997 from Liberty Center High School and is employed by International Automotive Components of Wauseon.
Honoring the bride with showers were Melissa Stanton and Janet Kimmet in Tiffin, and Cathy Oberhaus, Brenda Faunce and Melanie Filopovich in Napoleon.
The rehearsal dinner was at Asian Grill Buffet, Tiffin, hosted by the groom's parents.
The couple lives in Bowling Green following a trip to Windsor, Canada.