Bosh and Jesson married at Pleasant Grove Church of Christ

Kelsey Rachelle Bosh became the bride of Jaren Tyler Jesson during a late afternoon candlelit ceremony held at Pleasant Grove Church of Christ in Mount Gilead on December 12, 2015. The Rev. TJ Waters officated at the double ring ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Jonathan and Peggy Bosh of Mount Gilead. The groom is the son of Ronald and Barbara Jesson of Cardington.

Brittany Baker, Kaitlin Smith, Taylor Cooper, and Stacie Bosh served as bridesmaids for their sister, while Brian Kruger, Scott Hoffman, Wyatt Jesson andRyan Creasap were the groomsmen. Ushers were Adam Smith and Jason Cooper, both brother-in-laws of the bride.

Chloe Jayne Bosh Cooper, niece of the bride and daughter of Jason and Taylor Cooper, was the flower girl. Charlie Kruger, son of Brian Kruger, served as the ring bearer.

The couple arrived at the reception in a 1929 Model A car which was restored by the groom’s late grandfather, Donne Jesson.

A dinner and dance reception was held at Handlebar Ranch, Mount Gilead. Catering by Anthony Baker of Sunbury, Ohio, featured a four-course dinner while The Fabulous Dance Doctors of Columbus provided the music for dancing. The 5-tier wedding cake was designed by Enticing Icings of Delaware, Ohio and the reception decor and bridal flowers were provided by Vickie Darrough, owner of FloraNight, Delaware, Ohio.

The bride is a graduate of Northmor High School and The Ohio State University. She is an agricultural loan officer at AgCredit, Mount Gilead. The groom is a graduate of Mount Gilead High School and is employed by the Morrow County Highway Department. The couple is residing in rural Mount Gilead.