Cortney Allyse Leombruno and Nathan Woodson Sisler were married on May 20 in an evening ceremony at St. Brendan Catholic Church in Elkins officiated by the Very Rev. Father Donald X. Higgs.
The bride is the daughter of James and Kathy Leombruno of Elkins. She is the granddaughter of Roy and Emma Lou Teets, and Oreste and Wilma Leombruno, all of Elkins. The bridegroom is the son of Jim and Janet Sisler of Moorefield.
The bride wore an ivory gown adorned in lace designed by Casablanca. She carried a bouquet of hydrangeas created by Tammy Dolly of Tammy's Floral & Bridal. Her six attendants wore one shoulder long black gowns and carried bouquets of green hydrangeas.
Serving as maid of honor was Nicole Leombruno, sister of the bride. The bride's attendants were Emily Williams, Casey Sanders, Maryn Shreve, Jessie Merenda and Mallory Sisler, sister of the bridegroom. Flower girls were Katie and Clara Payne, cousins of the bridegroom, and Jillian Barnett, friend of the family.
Standing in as best men were Jennings and Chet Sisler, brothers of the bridegroom. Groomsmen were Andrew McCulloch, Hunter Mongold, Jonathan Funk, and William Pratt. Tucker Cutright, friend of the family, served as ring bearer.
Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus, in full regalia, served as ushers. Vocalists were Eve Leombruno and Lacie Gunter, cousins of the bride and Maryn Shreve, bridesmaid; trumpeteer was Jason Burnside, friend of the bridegroom; guitarist was Craig Stihler; organist was Grace Roy. Litergy readers were Linda and David "Chongo" Skidmore, family of the bride. "Amazing Grace" on bagpipes was played by Roy Teets Jr., grandfather of the bride, in memory of the couple's grandparents, Betty Leombruno, Mr. and Mrs. Darrold Sisler and Mr. and Mrs. Marven. L. Butts.
Following the wedding, a dinner and dance reception was hosted at Scott Hill Estate. Cocktail hour music was provided by guitarist/vocalist Tim White. The wedding cake was created by Suzanne Carter. Renee Heckel and Kathy Vance served as wedding coordinators.
A rehearsal dinner, in conjunction with a party and band, was hosted by the night preceding the wedding by the bridegroom's parents at El Gran Sabor.
Both the bride and bridegroom are graduates of West Virginia University. The bride earned a B.S. degree in public relations and a masters in industrial relations and human resources. The bridegroom earned a B.S. in international studies and is completing a master's program in security.
The couple had a 15-day adventurous honeymoon in Costa Rica and Guatemala. They are in transit to their move to the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii, where they will reside.