Maggie Kristin Lee and David Aaron Enoch Jr. of Parkersburg were married on June 23 during an outdoor ceremony at the Benedict Haid Farm in Clendenin. The ceremony was officiated by Rev. Richard DeQuasie of Charleston.
The bride is the daughter of Fredi Ruth Pepper and Michael James Lee. She is the granddaughter of Helen Lee and the late Harold Lee of Veron, Conn., and the late Fred and Elnora Pepper of Charleston.
The groom is the son of Cynthia Ann Rood and David Aaron Enoch Sr. He is the grandson of Clarence and Verona Enoch of Vienna and the late Nick and Anne Pirrilo of Parkersburg.
The bride was escorted by her father.
She wore a gown featuring a modified sweetheart neckline and an A-line silhouette with a chapel-length train.
The gown was ascentuated by a delicate lace overlay that was adorned with beadwork and sparkle. The bride wore a double layer veil while holding a bouquet of white roses, hydrangeas and calla lillies that complimented her gown.
The groom wore a calla lilly boutineer on his tuxedo.
The wedding party wore black and white with turquoise accents.
Stephanie Cale, friend of the bride from Parkersburg, served as maid of honor. The bride's attendants included Jessica Davis and Lynley Bibbee of Parkersburg; Aisha Jividen of Morgantown and Heather Lancey of Jacksonville, Fla.
Jackson Davis, friend of the groom from Parkersburg, served as best man. The groom's attendants included Michael Tumlin, Andrew Smith and David Pittman of Pakersburg and Justin Lee of Springfield, Va.
The flower girls for the wedding were Ryley De Soto and Anna Bauer, who rode in a white wagon with a sign that read "Here Comes the Bride."
Immediately following the ceremony, guests attended a dinner and dance reception on site.
After a honeymoon in Nassau, Bahamas, the couple reside in Parkersburg.