Rachel Leigh Winters and Chad Arthur Logan were married May 29 at the Woodstock United Methodist Church.
The bride is the daughter of Stephen and Catherine Winters of Fairfax. The groom is the son of William and Marian Logan of Woodstock.
The Revs. David Nash and Jay Ashby performed the double-ring ceremony. Music was provided by the Quintessential Brass Repertoire.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an ivory strapless A-line shantung silk gown with pleated neckline and ruched criss-cross sash. She wore a braided ivory headband with silver beads and a chapel-length veil and carried a bouquet of white hydrangeas.
The maid of honor was Gina Winters of Philadelphia. She wore a satin strapless knee-length dress with an empire waist, pleated bodice and skirt with gold details and carried a bouquet of white hydrangeas.
Bridesmaids were Jamie Borowicz of Richmond, Winnie Chao of Oakton, Danielle Geanacopoulos and Kylie Halter, both of Washington, D.C., Eric Lee of Los Angeles and Hayley Soltesz of New York City. Their attire and flowers were identical to the honor attendant's.
The best men were William Hart of Atlanta and Daniel Logan of Woodstock. Ushers were Martin French of Edinburg, Andrew Giordani and Eric Hoover, both of Woodstock, William Logan III of Front Royal and Christopher Wenderoth of New York City.
Flower girls were Kaitlyn Burke and Isabella Meadows. Ring bearer was Cole Logan.
A reception followed at Pine Haven Farms in Woodstock.
The bride earned a bachelor's degree in English and a master's degree in teaching from the University of Virginia. She will attend the University of Richmond School of Law.
The groom earned bachelor's degrees in environmental thought and practice and environmental science from the University of Virginia and a juris doctorate from the University of Virginia Law School.
A wedding trip to Vienna, Austria, is planned for late summer. The couple will live in Richmond.