New Castle News

Weddings

September 17, 2012

Nicolette Frances McCormick and Luke James O’Hara

NEW CASTLE — Nicolette Frances McCormick and Luke James O’Hara were married at 4 p.m. June 22, 2012, at Castlewood Christian and Missionary Alliance Church. The Rev. James O’ Hara, the groom’s father, officiated.

Parents of the bride are Rod and Kimberly McCormick of 2022 Eastbrook Road.

Parents of the groom are the Rev. James and Hope O’Hara of 658 Harmony Baptist Road.

The bride wore an Augusta Jones Victorian lace dress with rhinestone details, her mother’s wedding veil recreated by her aunt and her great-grandmother’s engagement ring.

Her bouquet contained lilies and hydrangeas with delicate lace and rhinestone add-ins created by the bride’s grandmother.

The bride and groom shared vows they wrote for one another, and a marriage covenant was signed by the bride and groom before the attending guests.

Matron of honor was Kaycee Aubel, the bride’s sister, of New Castle.

Bridesmaids were Laurel Skorup of Chicago, Kelly Renwick, the groom’s sister, of Grove City, Emily McKissick of Slippery Rock, Amanda Cunningham, the bride’s cousin, of New Castle and Sara White of Chicago.

Flower girl was Katalaina Venasco of New Castle.

Ring bearers were Noah O’Hara, the groom’s cousin of La Grange, N.C., and Dylan Wente, the bride’s cousin, of New Knoxville, Ohio.

Honorary ring bearer was Trenton Aubel, the bride’s nephew, of New Castle.

Serving as best men were Jordan O’Hara and Christian O’Hara, the groom’s brothers, of New Castle.

Groomsmen were Ben Renwick, the groom’s brother-in-law of Grove City, Steve Mercer of East Liverpool, Ohio, Rocco Colavecchia of New Castle and Ian Minster of Strasburg, Va.

The reception was held at The Embassy in Poland, Ohio.

The couple spent their honeymoon in Marco Island, Fla.

The bride is a graduate of Laurel High School and attends Grove City College as a full-time student. She is a sales clerk at Aldi’s in Grove City.

Her husband is a graduate of Shenango High School and Grove City College.

He is an account representative at UPMC-Pittsburgh.

The newlyweds make their home at 459 Old Route 19.

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