STEUBENVILLE - St. Agnes Church in Mingo Junction was the setting for the Aug. 3 wedding that united Michelle Kalinowski and Brian Timmons in marriage. The 1 p.m. ceremony was celebrated by Monsignor William Cornelius.
Escorted to the altar and given in marriage by her parents, Debbie Kalinowski and Anthony Kalinowski, the bride chose a white trumpet style gown with a cathedral train with floral lace. The gown was embellished with swarovski crystals and pearls. She carried a bouquet with white gardenias and petite purple roses accented with pearls and wrapped in a rhinestone ribbon.
The groom is the son of Thomas and Tyra Timmons of Steubenville.
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Timmons
Sister of the bride Kristen Kalinowski was the maid of honor, and Danielle Kalinowski, sister-in law of the bride, was matron of honor. The bridemaids were Carly Timmons, cousin of the groom; Kayla McKitrick, Allie Dellatorre and Aubrie Gaydosh, all cousins of the bride; and Amy Joyce and Katlin Krug.
Eric Timmons, brother of the groom, served as the best man. The groomsmen were Trevor Kalinowski, brother of the bride; and Bernard Battistel, Zack Scisciani, Greg Bowers, Robert Crowe, Chris Schloss and Brad Fisher.
Flower girls were Amanda Malsam, cousin of the groom, and Lydia Battistel. The ring bearers were nephews of the bride, Ty Kalinowski and Vinny Kalinowski.
After a reception at River City Ale Works in Wheeling, the newlyweds took a honeymoon trip to Punta Cana.
The bride is a graduate of Steubenville High School and West Liberty University. She is an elementary teacher at Wells Academy at Steubenville City Schools.
The groom also is a graduate of Steubenville High School and attended Akron University where he received a bachelor's degree in management information systems. He is employed at Bayer Corp. as an IT analyst.
The couple live in Steubenville.