Emily Myers and Adam Ray were united in marriage by the Rev. Julie Blake-Fisher in a Sept. 29 ceremony at the United Church of Christ in Kent.
Music was provided by the Kentland String Ensemble. The wedding had a fall theme.
The bride is the daughter of Joe and Kim Myers of Stow. The groom's parents are Dan and Pam Ray of Kent.
The bride was escorted by her father.
Becca Myers of Stow served as her sister's maid of honor. The flower girl was Melina Lambes of Greenville, S.C., cousin of the bride.
Bridesmaids were Angela Close of Stow; Mary Myers of Stow, cousin of the bride; Kara Lambes of Greenville, S.C., cousin of the bride; and Mackenzie Shay and Erin Michel, both of Kent.
Jesse Ray of Kent served as his brother's best man. The ring bearer was Cole Ray of Kent, cousin of the groom.
Serving as groomsmen were Kent residents John Siefer; Jesse Michel; Kevin Haley; Andrew Burkle; Scott Habowski; Dan Ray, cousin of the groom; and Dave Hardwick.
The newly married Mr. and Mrs. Ray were escorted from the wedding in the groom's father's 1967 Chevelle. A reception was held at the American Legion Hall in Kent.
Special guests included Joyce Sitko and Harry Ray of Kent, grandparents of the groom, and Leslie and Linda Kirkland and Joseph and Peggy Myers of Stow, grandparents of the bride.
The bride is a 2006 graduate of Stow High School and a 2011 graduate of Kent State University. She is employed with the Akron Aeros.
The groom is a 2004 graduate of Theodore Roosevelt High School in Kent and a 2009 graduate of KSU. He is employed by the City of Kent, Parks and Recreation Department and is assistant men's lacrosse coach at Roosevelt.
The couple took a cruise to the Bahamas for their honeymoon. They now reside in Kent.