Nina M. Sharp and Rocky C. Hebb were married on Aug. 2 at the Beverly United Methodist Church. The ceremony was performed by uncle of the bride, Ted Hinzman.
The bride is the youngest daughter of Roger and Joan Sharp of Valley Head. She is the granddaughter of Bettie Hinzman of Beverly, and the late Bill Hinzman and the late Dennie and Sylvia Sharp.
The bridegroom is the son of Charles and Carol Hebb Jr. of Parsons. He is the grandson of Charles and Christine Hebb Sr., and the late Charles and Madeline Stokes.
MR. AND MRS. ROCKY HEBB
bride is the former Nina Sharp
The bride wore a white strapless fit and flare gown. The church and reception hall were decorated with candles and red roses. As a gift for the bride, the bridegroom played guitar and sang a song at the ceremony that had been written especially for the bride.
Serving as matron of honor was Jamie Queen, sister of the bride. The bridesmaids were Carol Smith, Angelia Davis, Nikki Simmons, Laura Kiser, Beth Ann St. Vincent, Jennifer Shiflett and Erica Crawford. The attendants wore black cocktail dresses of their choice and carried bouquets of bunched red roses.
The bride's nieces, Riley and Macie Queen, served as flowergirls.
Serving as best man was David Parsons, friend of the bridegroom. Groomsmen included Scott and Todd Bolyard, both brothers of the bridegroom, Jason Queen, brother-in-law of the bride, T.J. Howard, friend of the bride and bridegroom, and Ross Hinzman, cousin of the bride. The bridegroom's sons, Ryan, Josiah and Gabriel Hebb, served as ringbearers.
The pianist was Pamela Hinzman, aunt of the bride, while the guestbook attendant was Kim Harper, sister of the bridegroom. Photos were taken by Donna Edmondsom of Nashville, Tenn. A special reading of both beautiful and comical love quotes were read by Jason and Jamie Queen during the ceremony.
A reception at the Elks Club Lodge in Elkins followed the ceremony. The hall was decorated with twinkling lights, red roses and black linens. The women of the Beverly United Methodist Church served guests an Italian dish.
The bride is a 1998 graduate of Tygarts Valley High School and is employed at Buckhannon Family Dental. She is also currently working on her career in music in Nashville, Tenn.
The bridegroom is a 1995 graduate of Tucker County High School and is employed by the city of Elkins as a law enforcement officer.
Following a honeymoon to the Poconos, the couple now resides in Buckhannon.