Emily Elizabeth Williams and Christopher Michael Miller
Emily Elizabeth Williams and Christopher Michael Miller were married Oct. 19 in an outdoor ceremony at Lambert’s Winery in Weston. Pastor Marvin Parli officiated the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Doug and Sandy Williams of Elkins and is the granddaughter of Tom Williams and the late Nina Williams and the late Ernie and Susie Sainato, all of Elkins. She is a graduate of Elkins High School and received her degree in industrial engineering from West Virginia University. She is employed as a business manager at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital in Rockville, Md.
The bridegroom is the son of Mike and Brenda Miller of Elkins and the grandson of Don and Betty Hinchman of Beverly, Neil and Catherine Poe of Clinton, Okla., and Bud and Brenda Miller of Elkins. He is a graduate of Elkins High School and the Montgomery College Fire Science program. He is employed by the Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service and is stationed at Fire Station 1 in Silver Spring, Md.
The bride wore an ivory Mon Cheri bridal gown accented with Swarovski crystals and carried a fall bouquet of green hypericum, red safari sunset and pumpkin calla lilies created by Tammy Dolly of Tammy’s Floral & Bridal.
Serving as maid of honor was Cortney Sisler, best friend of the bride. The bride’s attendants were Holly Cutright, sister of the bride; Amy White, sister of the bride; Jaime Miller, sister of the groom; and Casey Sanders and Maryn Graves, friends of the bride. Her six attendants wore holly red gowns and carried fall bouquets.
Flower girls were Hannah Cutright and Delia White, both nieces of the bride.
Standing as best man was Aaron Bodkins, long time friend of the bridegroom. Groomsmen were Branson Henry, John Losh, Steve Himes, Kurt Gainer and Ethan Carr.
Tucker Cutright and Kipton White, nephews of the bride, served as ring bearers.
Pre-ceremony music was performed by Jennifer McLaughlin, aunt of the bridegroom, and Tim White, brother-in-law of the bride. Ceremony vocalists were Maryn Graves and Aaron Bodkins, who sang and played guitar. Special reader was Sarah Dragonetti, college roommate and friend of the bride.
Following the wedding, a dinner and dance reception was hosted at Lambert’s Winery. Cocktail hour music was provided by guitarist/vocalist Tim White. The wedding cupcakes in flavors of s’more, pumpkin spice, mocha and chocolate peanut butter were created by Amy Lockhart of Elkins. The photographers were Darrell and Kristin McDavid of Abingdon, Md.
After a honeymoon in Negril, Jamaica, the couple now resides in Rockville, Md.