Victoria Lynn Banic and Roger Dominick Ferrante were married at an 11:30 a.m. ceremony on Feb. 21, 2009, at Wallace Memorial Chapel at Westminster College.

Officiating were pastors Rob and Mickey Cypher.

The bride is a daughter of Denny and Bonnie Banic of Greenville.

Her mother is Bev Grandy of Spring Hill, Fla.

Parents of the groom are Roger and Dolores Ferrante of 111 Edgewood Ave.

The bride’s halter, taffeta gown, featured draped bodice, beaded lace empire waist, and chapel train.

Her gold headband was adorned with brushed metal leaves, pearls and rhinestones.

For flowers, she carried white roses intertwined with sage and black ribbons and baby’s breath.

Matron of honor was Sharon Luman of Youngstown.

Junior bridesmaid was Elizabeth Ferrante, groom’s daughter, of New Wilmington.

Best man was the groom’s brother, Doug Ferrante, of Dacula, Ga.

The usher was Andrew Ferrante, groom’s son, of New Wilmington.

The groom’s children performed a sand ceremony with the couple, uniting them as a family.

Vocalists were Mickey Cypher and Lauren Cypher. Lauren also was the pianist.

The reception was at The Riverplex.

After honeymooning in Rome, Italy, the newlyweds make their home at 4390 Devonshire Drive, Boardman, Ohio.

The bride is a graduate of Greenville High School and Youngstown State University. She is self-employed owner of The Detail Doctor. She also served in the Army from 1986-1990.

Her husband is a graduate of Shenango High School, Westminster College and Point Park University of Pittsburgh.

He is senior business adviser with Intil Profit Association, Chicago.

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