Emily Eboch and Deven Yanc exchange vows on Aug. 2

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Emily Eboch became the bride of Deven Yanc in an Aug. 2 wedding ceremony held at the New Apostolic Church in Stow with the Rev. Greg McClelland officiating.

The ceremony followed a color theme of orange, green and pink.

The parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eboch of Brimfield and Lisa Parsons of Akron. The groom is the son of Lori (and Tom) Yanc of Ravenna and Neil (and Andera) Smith of Mentor.

The bride was escorted by her father. She was attired in a strapless bridal stain gown with French lace and hand-beading. The train was cathedral-length with bridal stain, French lace and hand-beading, with scalloped edging to match her fingertip-length veil. She carried a bouquet of orange tiger lilies, pink, white and orange freesia and green orchids, with orange, pink and green glitter ribbons.

The flower girl was the bride's second cousin, Gabriella Medina of Ravenna. The ring bearer was the groom's nephew, Michael Reinholz of North Ridgeville. Ushers were the bride's brothers, Zachary Eboch, Jonathan McKenzie and Justin McKenzie, all of Brimfield.

A reception honoring the couple took place at Acker-Moore Memorial Post No. 3733 in Stow.

The new Mrs. Yanc is a 2007 graduate of Field High School and a 2012 graduate of Kent State University. She is employed with Giant Eagle in Akron.

Her husband is a 2006 graduate of Streetsboro High School and is employed with Associated Estates in Richmond Heights.

Following a wedding trip to Florida, the couple are making their home in Rootstown.

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