The Rev. Charles Poore, Rev. Andrew Kolitsos and Deacon Charles J. Moss III officiated at the 2 p.m. ceremony at that united the daughter of Edward and Anne Moss of Poland, and the son of David and Joan Schmitt of Stratford, Conn.
A reception was held in the couple’s honor at the Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown, and the following evening they left for their honeymoon in Italy.
The bride wore a one-piece blush sweetheart gown with a gathered asymmetrical waist. The romantically beaded top complemented the sleek taffeta gown with a chapel-length train, which was adorned with simply-placed beading. Placed in her hair were fresh orchids and a chapel length veil lined with crystals. She carried a bouquet of fresh white orchids, roses, freesia, and tulips accented with bright green hypernican berries.
The bride’s sister, Kaitlyn Moss of Poland, and her best friend, Katherine Higham of Fredonia, N.Y., were the maids of honor. The bridesmaids included Sarah Ogden of Columbus, Stephanie Chesney of San Diego and Andria D'Amato of New Middletown, friends of the bride; and sister-in-law of the groom Anne Schmitt of Niantic, Conn. They wore floor-length chocolate brown gowns and carried a bouquet of white flowers accented by bright green hypernican berries.
Serving as best men for the groom were his brother, Michael Schmitt of Niantic, Ct., and his best friend John Drayo of Fredonia, N.Y. His groomsmen included friend of the groom Kevin Crockett, of Dayton; friend of the couple Josh Werner, of Dayton; friend of the couple Joseph Antonucci of Poland, and brother of the bride, Erik Moss, of San Diego.
A development officer at Miami University in Oxford, the bride earned her bachelor's degree from Ohio University in Athens.
The groom graduated from the University of Dayton with degrees in secondary education and a juris doctorate in law. He is an attorney at Altick and Corwin in Dayton.
They have made their home in Beavercreek.
MR and MRS. THOMAS F. SCHMITT