Helen Mae Heckel and Harold "Bud" Cosner were married on June 27 at the American Mountain Theater in Elkins. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Charlie Stevens and was attended by close family and friends.
The bride wore a vintage lace wedding gown and was escorted and given in marriage by her son, Lloyd Heckel.
She was attended by her sisters, Carol Arbogast of Elkins and Betty Miller of Cleveland, Ohio.
The groomsmen were Dave Burnside of Elkins and the bridegroom's grandson, Kyle Sole, of Mebane, North Carolina.
The pianist was Denny Franks. Wedding music included the performance of an original song written by the bride's daughter, Beverly, and was performed by Beverly Sexton, Susie Heckel and Denny Franks, all of Elkins.
Connie Rowe of Montrose served as the wedding photographer.
Following the ceremony, a reception was hosted in the lobby of the American Mountain Theater. Catering was provided by Masterpiece Events, and the unique oval wedding cake was made by Suzanne Carter.
The celebration concluded when the bride and bridegroom were taken on a private carriage ride to Graceland Inn.
For their honeymoon, the couple visited several places in and around the state. They now reside in Elkins.