Courtney Christine Chevalier and Zachary Tyler Mills were united in marriage on Aug. 28, at Veto Presbyterian Church in Veto, Ohio. The ceremony was officiated by the Rev. Robin Swinsburg.
The bride is the daughter of Stephan and Elaine Chevalier of Veto. She is the granddaughter of Ralph and Betty Chevalier of Veto and Denver and Sandra Collins of Little Hocking.
The bridegroom is the son of Myron and Angela Mills of Little Hocking. He is the grandson of Dorothy and the late Lyle Alvin Mills of Parkersburg and Asa and Wanda Boring of Little Hocking.
The bride wore an ivory strapless gown with a sweetheart bodice adorned with crystals and beading. She carried a bouquet of assorted roses.
The matron of honor was Kayla Chevalier, sister of the bride, of Veto. Bridesmaids were Andrea Chevalier and Lacey Mitchem of Little Hocking and Trisha McNeill of Cincinnati. The bridesmaids wore halter floor length chiffon dresses in coral and carried bouquets of assorted roses.
The best man was David Perdue of Akron. Groomsmen were Jesse Joseph, Josh Chevalier, and Trent Yoho of Little Hocking.
The ring bearer was Callum Martin, cousin of the bride, of Little Hocking. The bubble attendant was Addyson Sebera, cousin of the bride, of Cincinnati.
The beach themed reception following the ceremony was held in the church's fellowship hall. The cake was three tiered with ivory butter creme icing adorned with seashells and brown sugar.
The couple celebrated their honeymoon in Emerald Isle, N.C., and are residing in Little Hocking, Ohio.