Jessica Dawn Louk and Jeremy Lee Taylor were married on June 28 at Jerusalem United Methodist Church on Adolph Road in Mill Creek. The Rev. Bonnie Kay Starkey performed the double-ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Paul Louk Sr. of Mill Creek and Donna Louk of Elkins. She is the granddaughter of Bill and Kathy Lindsay of Huttonsville and Brenda McCauley and the late Earl McCauley.
The bridegroom is the son of Dayton and Brenda Taylor of Mill Creek and the grandson of Peggy Ray of Mill Creek and Patrick Mayhew of Elkins, and the late Sterl and Verna Taylor.
MR. AND MRS. JEREMY TAYLOR
bride is the former Jessica Louk
The bride was escorted to the altar by her father. She wore a floor-length Da Vinche white satin halter gown with a swagger front and tie up the back. The gown featured a 3-foot train and a waist-length veil. She carried a bouquet of purple and fuschia roses and baby's breath.
KaCee Louk, sister of the bride, served as maid of honor. Chasdity Grey, sister of the bridegroom, and Julia Finlen, friend of the bride, served as bridesmaids. They wore ankle-length purple dresses. They carried bouquets of purple and fuschia roses with baby's breath.
The flower girl was Brooke Marstiller, niece of the bride. She wore a knee-length dress with purple, fuschia and white flowers.
The bridegroom wore a black tuxedo with a fuschia vest and tie.
Ralph Grey, brother in-law of the bridegroom, served as best man. Paul Louk Jr. was the groomsman. They wore black tuxedos with fuschia vests and bow ties.
"I Want to Be Your Everything," a song by Keith Urban, was sung during the ceremony.
A reception and buffet dinner followed the ceremony at Wegman's Park on Adolph Road. The tables were decorated with purple and pink rose centerpieces. The staggered three-tier wedding cake featured two cupcake trees on the side. The cake and cupcakes were decorated in white with purple flowers and gold rings. The cake topper was a man and woman dancing.
The couple were engaged on Christmas Day of 2003. The bride is employed at Armstrong World Industries in Beverly. The bridegroom is employed by Carter Roag Coal Co.
Following a week-long honeymoon, the couple resides on Adolph Road in Mill Creek.