Amy Nicole Reeder and Ronald Justin McCoy both of Parkersburg were united in marriage on May 18 at The Old Exchange Building in Charleston, S.C. The Rev. Jim Mike Ward of Parkersburg performed the 6:30 p.m. ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mike and Dinah Reeder of Parkersburg. She is the granddaughter of the late Warren "Bud" and Marcelene Winans and the late Harry and Barbara Reeder.
She graduated with a degree in Business from West Virginia University-Parkersburg and attended The International Dermal Institute. She is the owner of The Skin Studio where she is a licensed Esthetician and Makeup Artist.
The bridegroom is the son of the late Carol Cottrill. He is the grandson of the late Gladys Owens.
He attended Marshall University and is an Account Executive for Ogden Directories.
The bride was given in marriage by her parents and escorted by her father. She wore a white gown featuring a full A-line skirt, sweetheart neckline and corset closure with embellished lace with floral petal accents at the side waist, and the billowing tulle skirt was finished with scalloped edging. She wore shoes encrusted with crystals. She carried a bouquet of white hydrangea, white peonies, light pink peonies, white cotton blossoms, dusty miller leaves, and light pink spray roses hand tied with a ribbon to match her dress.
Kristi Cottrill, sister-in-law of the bride, of Parkersburg, served as matron of honor. The attendants were Lori Enoch of Parkersburg, cousin of the bride, Alisha Miracle of Parkersburg, Kasey Snyder of Parkersburg, and Courtney Salvini of Pittsburgh, Pa. They wore gray tulle knee-length, boat neck dresses with low v back and rose pink shoes with a pewter bow accented in crystals. They carried a posy of pink roses and dusty miller leaves hand tied with ribbon to match their dresses.
The best man was Billy Cottrill of Parkersburg, brother of the bridegroom. Groomsmen were Mike McCoy of Glen Dale, W.Va., cousin of the bridegroom, Dr. Doug Brooks of Charlotte, N.C., Chris Burdette of Parkersburg, Larry Flowers of Williamstown, Tommy Haislop of Clemson, S.C., Sean Andrews of Parkersburg and Scheny Schenerlein of Vienna, W.Va. The bridegroom and groomsmen wore gray suits with a gray vests and ties. The bridegroom wore a white cotton blossom boutonniere and the groomsmen wore pink spray rose boutonnieres.
The flower girl was Ava Cottrill and ring bearer was Braley Cottrill, nieces of the couple. The girls wore white dresses with satin boat neck bodices and tulle tea length skirts with gray sashes with a bow down the back of the dresses, gray glittery ballet flats and large pink chiffon roses in their hair.
Matt Enoch (Enik) cousin of the bride played guitar and sang "Marry Me", "Cannon in D" and "Grow Old With Me" during the ceremony.
Between the ceremony and reception guests went on a guided tour of The Old Exchange. The reception was held in The Great Hall of The Old Exchange with a southern style meal and sweet tea out of mason jars.
Following a honeymoon to Seabrook Island, S.C., the couple resides in Parkersburg.