Sheree Brooke McCoy and Bradley Waide Bryan were united in marriage on Sept. 29, 2012, at Mount Pleasant United Methodist Church in Mineral Wells, with Pastor Kevin Lantz officiating the open church, double-ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Steve and Sharon McCoy of Mineral Wells. She is a graduate of Parkersburg South High School and a graduate of Fairmont State University with a bachelor’s degree in nursing. She is a registered nurse at West Virginia University Hospital.
The bridegroom is the son of Tom Bryan of Parkersburg and Belinda Haynes of Washington, W.Va.
He is a graduate of Parkersburg South High School and West Virginia University with a master’s degree in safety management. He is a field supervisor for Baker Hughes Inc.
Given in marriage by her parents and escorted to the altar by her father, the bride wore an ivory slim A-line, strapless gown with a sweetheart neckline and corset closure featured Valentina satin and an obi bow at the jewel-banded waist. She wore a three-tier veil accented with rhinestones, a string of pearls given to her by her mother, a pearl ring borrowed from her paternal grandmother and diamond and pearl earrings and bracelet that were a gift from the groom. She wore navy blue heels accented with rhinestones. She carried a bouquet of fuchsia roses and white calla lilies gathered with ivory satin ribbon and carried a handkerchief that was the bonnet she wore home from the hospital when she was born.
Ashley Lillier of Shinnston, W.Va., a close friend of the bride, served as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Jessica Bulebush of Morgantown, Sethia Kelly of Pittsburgh, Pa., Kayla Stephens of Columbia, S.C., and Megan Tincher of Morgantown, all close friends of the bride, and Tori McCoy of Washington, niece of the bride. They wore cocktail-length one shoulder navy blue chiffon dresses with fuchsia heels and gold jewelry. The bridesmaids carried bouquets of fuchsia roses that complemented the bride’s.
Addie McCoy, niece of the bride, served as junior bridesmaid and wore an ivory dress and navy blue heels to match the bride and carried a parasol announcing the bride was coming. Serving as flower girls were Katie McCoy and Keilan Jagdmann, nieces of the bride. They wore navy blue dresses with fuchsia heels and carried baskets decorated by the matron of honor.
The bridegroom wore a navy blue tuxedo with an ivory vest and tie and a fuchsia rose boutonniere.
Mark Bryan of Parkersburg, brother of the groom, served as best man. Groomsmen were Ryan Watson of Morgantown, Dustin Hunt of Lake Wissota, Wis., and Noah Rosenberger of Morgantown, all close friends of the groom, and Shannon McCoy of Mineral Wells and Steve McCoy of Washington, brothers of the bride. They wore navy blue tuxedos with fuchsia vests and ties and a fuchsia rose boutonniere.
They all wore navy and fuchsia striped socks.
Dylan McCoy, nephew of the bride, served as town crier and ring bearer carrying an ivory pillow that was decorated by the matron of honor. He wore a navy tuxedo with ivory vest and tie to compliment the groom and a fuchsia rose boutonniere.
Serving as ushers were Ethan and Levi Mills of Parkersburg, cousins of groom. Brianna and Amanda Masten of Washington, cousins of the bride, served as register attendants.
Music was provided by soloist Jennifer Leavitt of Parkersburg and pianist Jason Caltrider of Washington.
Immediately following the ceremony, a catered dinner and dance was held at the Parkersburg Shrine Club. The six-tier cake was designed with roses, paisley and pearls with a fondant “B” and an ivory porcelain topper of a couple accented with 24K gold.
The groom’s cake was shaped like a WV Mountaineer helmet and sat on a table decorated with blue and gold roses. The bride and her father shared a choregraphed dance to 1980s music. Cocktail and dinner music was provided and karaoke finished the evening.
After a honeymoon on the island of Maui, Hawaii, the coupl