Amy Elizabeth Straughan and Daniel Webster Burge Jr. were married on Oct. 29 in the upstairs of the H.W. Daniels American Legion in Elkins. The ceremony was officiated by the Rev. Isaac M. Harmon, a trooper with the West Virginia State Police.
The bride is the daughter of Gary Straughan and Janet Straughan of Philippi.
The bridegroom is the son of Daniel W. and Margaret "Ann" Burge of Little Birch.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Burge Jr.
Bride is former Amy Straughan
The bride was escorted to the altar by her mother and father.
The bride wore a satin ivory off-the-shoulder gown with lace, beading and sequins. the empire waistline was a blue jay blue sash that was attached with beading in the center. The full bottom was adorned with lace, beading and sequins. The gown laced down the back with a blue jay blue ribbon that formed a bow in the back.
The theme of the wedding was Halloween/Masquerade Ball. All guests were asked to wear either a Halloween costume or a masquerade ball gown.
Flower girls were dressed as Disney princesses and scattered fall leaves as they walked to the altar. Lindsey Tetrick of Little Birch, niece of the bridegroom, was dressed as Sleeping Beauty; Olivia Golden of Buckhannon, friend of the bride, was dressed as Cinderella; Madeline Rae Overbaugh of Richwood, cousin of the bridegroom, was dressed as Belle; Audrianna Alyse Facemire of Richwood, cousin of the bridegroom was dressed as Snow White.
Maid of honor was Samantha D. Straughan, daughter of the bride, of Elkins.
Bridesmaids were Kimberly D. Phillips and Vicki R. Straughan, both sisters of the bride.
Best man was Chip Floyd, friend of the bridegroom, of Little Birch.
Groomsmen were Doug Arnold, friend of the bridegroom, of Fairmont; Ethan G. Crites, son of the bride, of Elkins.
Ring bearer was Alexander D. Burge, son of the bridegroom, of Little Birch. He was dressed as the Black Knight.
The reception was catered by the family and friends of the bridegroom.