YOUNGSTOWN -- A reception at The Georgetown in Boardman honored Benjamin D. Eliser, 2661 Taft Ave., and his bride, the former Rebecca R. Spisak, 1850 Oles Ave., Poland, following their marriage at 3 p.m. Sept. 29 at Gibson Heights Second Presbyterian Church.
Their parents are Richard and Elizabeth Spisak of the Oles Avenue address and William and Catherine Eliser of the Taft Avenue address.
A data-entry clerk at Youngstown Pipe and Supply in Boardman, Mrs. Eliser earned an associate degree in accounting at Trumbull Business College, Warren.
Mr. Eliser is a mill work specialist at Lowe's in Boardman.
They live in Boardman.
The bride's white taffeta gown was styled with a bustle that flowed into a cathedral train.
The bride's sisters, Ann Ciavarella and Colleen Spisak, both of Poland, were honor attendants. Bridesmaids were Christine Morales of Youngstown and Beth Turek of Austintown, the groom's sisters; Valerie Eliser of Boardman, his sister-in-law; and Lisa Anzevino of Boardman. They wore black and white dresses. Flower girls were Nikki Ciavarella of Poland, her niece, and Taylor Morales of Youngstown, his niece.
The groom's brothers, Eugene and William Eliser, both of Boardman, were best men. Groomsmen were Paul Morales of Youngstown, his brother-in-law; Nick Zappia and Chad Hughes, both of Youngstown; and John Anzevino of Boardman. Ring bearers were Alex Spisak of Poland, the bride's nephew, and Christian Morales of Youngstown, his nephew.