Emily Anne Hunt and David Marshall Frye, both of Edinburg, were married May 25 at Fort Valley Nursery in Woodstock. Pastor Otis Frye, grandfather of the groom, officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Timothy Allen Hunt of Winchester, and Jill and Andy Shipp of Woodstock. The groom is the son of Yolanda Frye of Lanham, Md., and Lester Curry of Winchester.
Yolanda Frye, mother of the groom, performed a solo to the song "At Last." The bride progressed to "Somewhere Over the Rainbow," instrumental, by Israel Kamakawiwo'ole. The recessional was "Somewhere Over the Rainbow," original version.
Steven Frye of Toms Brook, brother of the groom, was the best man. Groomsmen were Justin Wells of Woodstock; Ross Curry, brother of the groom, of Winchester; and Vernard Frye, uncle of the groom, of Washington, D.C. They wore black tuxedos with yellow or coral ties.
Ashley Hunt of Maurertown was the maid of honor. Kim Tinnell of Mathias, W.Va., was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Marlana Frye and Cassie Frye, sisters of the groom. They wore alternating satin, knee length dresses of coral and yellow and carried bouquets of white lilies and coral roses.
Flower girls were Haley Rush and Khloe Hunt, nieces of the bride. The ring bearer was Gabriel Titus, nephew of the bride.
The bride was escorted by her father. Her gown was white satin with beautiful bead detail. Her bouquet featured white lilies and coral roses.
The bride and groom would like to acknowledge Mr. and Mrs. Otis Frye, grandparents of the groom, for their dedication, life lessons, love and discipline that has made David Frye into the man he is today.
After a trip to Myrtle Beach S.C., the couple will reside in Edinburg.