Ameera Aburmaieleh, daughter of Abdul Aburmaieleh and Debbie Aburmaieleh, and Seth French, son of Bernie French and Sally Ceselski of Delaware, were united in marriage on May 22.
The afternoon ceremony was at 3:30 at Nationwide Hotel and Conference Center in Lewis Center. It was an outdoor wedding with a reception in the ballroom. The bride’s stepfather, Rodger D. Collom, officiated the ceremony.
The bride wore an ivory ball gown with a bouquet of purple carnations, white calla lilies and baby’s breath.
The maid of honor was the sister of the bride, Miriam Aburmaieleh, and the matron of honor was sister-in-law Amanda Boester. The bridesmaids were Sydney Kauf, Brooke Rickard, Emilee Ortman, Paige Nelson, Alexandra Kern and Megan French. The flower girls were Lydia Gossett, cousin of the groom, and Morgan Laxton, cousin of the bride.
The groom’s best men were Kyle Brown and William Wright. The groomsmen were Colin Sweeney, Joseph Bowes, Jeff Boester and Ali Aburmaieleh. The ring bearers were Kyle and Connor Smetiouk.
The bride is a graduate of Miami University where she studied early childhood education. The bride will work at Glen Oak Elementary in the Olentangy Local School District.
The groom is a graduate of Ohio State University where he studied operations management. He works at Stanley Steemer corporate as a data analyst.
The bride and groom spent a week honeymooning in Montego Bay, Jamaica, and now reside in Hilliard.