Kevin Jeremy Clonts and Jordana Michelle Haines were united in marriage on Feb. 14 at North Parkersburg Baptist Church in Parkersburg. Pastor Mike Towner officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Lisa and Mike Haines of Whitehall, Wisc. She is the granddaughter of Judy Piquette of Black River Falls, Wisc., and Ray Eckelberg of Tomah, Wisc., and Kathleen and Dave Haines of Whitehall, Wisc.
Kevin Jeremy Clonts is the son of Marigrace Clonts Furby of Parkersburg and Earl Andrew Collins of Sandston, Va. He is the grandson of the late Alpheus Eugene Clonts and the late Frances Lawson Thurston Clonts of Sparta, Wisc., the late Iris O'Dell Garey Buchanan of Parkersburg, the late Roy Lee Buchanan Sr. of Tuppers Plains and the late Alice and the late Gene Collins of Sandston, Va.
The bride was given in marriage by her parents. Her father escorted her down the aisle.
She wore a traditional, white wedding gown of intricate design with a cathedral train. She wore a veil edged in white pearls held on with a rhinestone tiara.
She carried a bouquet of white, pink and red roses.
The maid of honor was Mikhael Haines of Whitehall, Wisc, the younger sister of the bride. She wore a floor-length burgundy gown and carried a bouquet of white, pink and red roses.
The junior bride was Aleasha Marie Bradshaw of Parkersburg, a niece of the groom.
The flower girl was Aiden-Marie Kay Haines-Clonts of Parkersburg, the daughter of the bride and groom.
The best man was Joshua Allen Furby of Parkersburg.
The ring bearer was Alexander Eric Clonts of Parkersburg, the son of the groom.
A reception followed the ceremony in the church gathering room. The cake was three layers with the top and bottom layer of chocolate and the middle layer of strawberry. It was decorated with burgundy buttercream icing with red roses, white trim, two hearts topper and heart shaped suckers. The flowers and the cake were made by the bride's sister.
The bride is a 2009 graduate of Whitehall Memorial High School in Whitehall, Wisc.
The groom is a 1997 graduate of Melrose-Mindoro High School in Mindoro, Wisc., and attended one year at Western Wisconsin Technical College in La Crosse, Wisc., studying computer specialist.
The couple will reside in Parkersburg.