XYOUNGSTOWN -- Kathryn Lynn Householder, 5701 Millcreek Blvd., Boardman, became the bride of Steven Elijah Coley, Cherry Point, N.C., during a ceremony Jan. 3 at Mahoning Valley Church.
Officiating at the 2 p.m. service was the Rev. Matthew Varnell. A reception took place at Gallery Catering, Hubbard.
The bride is a daughter of Janet Lynn and George Lynn Aliff of the Millcreek Boulevard address and the late Lance William Householder. The groom is a son of Mary Jo Moore, 1476 Furnace St., Mineral Ridge, and Donald Steven Coley, 440 Thornton Road, Sharon, Pa.
The bride wore an off-the-shoulder, ballroom-style gown accented by beading on the bodice and tulle skirt.
Madeline Mauerman was honor attendant. Bridesmaids were Amanda Moore, the groom's sister; Jill and Tricia Aliff, the bride's sisters; and Anna Kellgreen. They wore champagne and navy-blue dresses. Flower girl was Amelia Metzger, his cousin.
Serving as best man was James Braman. Groomsmen were Kent Householder, the bride's brother; Ryan and Jason Moore, the groom's brothers; and Leo Gutierrez. The bride's brother, Eric Aliff, was an usher, and her nephew, Nathaniel Aliff, was ring bearer.
The couple, who live in Havelock, N.C., honeymooned in Hubbard.
Mrs. Coley attended Youngstown State University.
Mr. Coley is serving with the U.S. Marine Corps.