Meghan Banks and Jeffrey Timbas were married Feb. 22 at Providence Public Library in Rhode Island. The Rev. Kathleen Geagan performed the double-ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her parents.
Natalie Diller of Charlestown, R.I., sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Eliza Timbas of Concord, sister of the groom; Christin Cassiere of Mystic, Conn.; Kate Furey of Chicago; Danielle Owens of New York; Karina Rousseau of Boston; Heather Mack of Somerville, Mass.; Kristina Hart of Braintree, Mass.; and Eileen Hayes of Boston were bridesmaids. Alibeth Cassiere of Mystic, Conn., was flower girl.
Jonathan Timabs of Boston, brother of the groom, was best man. Patrick Breen of Boston; James Machuga of Boston; Eric Viani of Concord; Adam Bassett of San Francisco; Brandon Rosenberg of Medford, Mass.; Joseph Cassiere of Mystic, Conn.; Matthew Diller of Charlestown, R.I.; and Jeff Labrecque of Concord were groomsmen. Levi Diller and Owen Diller of Charlestown, R.I., nephews of the bride, were ring bearers.
The bride, daughter of Kim and John Morrison of Lansdowne, Pa., and Carol and Leonard Banks of Waterford, Conn., graduated from Bryant University. She is a business development analyst at The Boston Company Asset Management.
The groom, son of Jenny Timbas of Concord and Peter Timbas of The Villages, Fla., graduated from Bryant University. He is a financial reporting analyst at Eaton Vance Management.
The couple took a wedding trip to Antigua and lives in Boston.