The marriage of Stephanie Sarah Russell and Jerome Edward Courtney of Richmond Hill, Ga., was officiated by the Rev. John Trimbur at Holy Family Parish in Poland on Aug. 27. A reception was held in their honor at Edward W. Powers Auditorium in Youngstown. The bride is the daughter of Ted and Diane Russell, and the groom is the son of Gregory Courtney and Victoria Huffman, all of Poland. The bride wore an ivory, beaded-lace-applique gown accented with sheer cap sleeves and a plunging deep V-back, and featured a champagne silk band on the bodice with a Swarovski crystal brooch and a cathedral-length veil. Katharine Welsh, friend of the bride, was the maid of honor, and the bridesmaids were Cori Meeke, friend of the bride, and Sharon Courtney, sister of the groom. They wore cocktail-length fuchsia dresses accented with black sashes. Serving as flower girl was the bride's cousin, Brooke Norris. Serving as best man was Gregory Courtney, the groom's brother. The groomsmen included Marc Saculla, friend of the groom, and Ted Russell, brother of the bride. Britton and Jaden Meeke, friends of the groom, shared the duties of ring bearer. The bride earned her bachelor's degree in finance at Indiana University of Pennsylvania and currently works at First Chatham Bank in Savannah, Ga., as an accounting specialist. The groom attended Youngstown State University and is employed by Lance, Inc., as a route sales representative. The couple is planning a delayed honeymoon to Bora Bora in March and makes their home in Richmond Hill.