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Kuhn, Beucher Tie The Knot

By Staff | Oct 21, 2015

Miss Chelsea Danielle Kuhn and Mr. Zachary Taylor Beucher

Miss Chelsea Danielle Kuhn and Mr. Zachary Taylor Beucher were united in marriage on Saturday, August 22, 2015 at 2 o’clock in the afternoon at St. John University Parish in Morgantown, West Virginia. The ceremony was officiated by Father Jeremiah Lange. Music for the ceremony was provided by Barry Kolar.

The bride is the daughter of Daniel and LeeAnn Kuhn of Burton. She is the granddaughter of the late Perry Kuhn and Carol Kuhn of Littleton, Robert and Ann Witherite of Loganton, Pennsylvania, and the late June Witherite of Pleasant Gap, Pennsylvania. The groom is the son of Jeffery and Margaret Beucher of Connellsville, Pennsylvania. He is the grandson of the late Joseph Beucher and Sandra Beucher of Connellsville and Jim and Dolores Dietrich of Cherry Hill, New Jersey.

Given in marriage by her parents and escorted by her father, the bride wore a fit-and-flare Essense of Australia gown of ivory lace over ivory dolce satin. The gown featured diamante-adorned shoulder straps, a low back adorned with sparkling crystal buttons, and an elegant chapel train. It was complemented by an Essense of Australia long sleeve lace v-neck jacket featuring scalloped eyelash lace and jeweled buttons with an Allure Bridal beaded belt with silver beadwork worn across her waist. The brides’ attire was completed with a 72″ long waltz length scalloped edge veil with rhinestones, seed beads, crystals, and pearls by Elegance by Carbonneau. The bride carried a burlap and lace bouquet of brown, natural tan, and cream burlap roses with ivory lace and pearl accents.

Miss Tayla Simpson of Morgantown, best friend of the bride, served as Maid of Honor. Bridesmaids included Miss Elizabeth Jarvis of Beckley, Miss Ali Wilson of Morgantown, and Miss Mckinley Beucher of Connellsville, sister of the groom. The flower girl was Miss Izabel Shaw of Shinston, niece of the bride. The Maid of Honor and bridesmaids wore floor-length chiffon satin gowns in chocolate accented by a champagne belt and sweep train. Each carried a bouquet of brown, natural tan, and cream burlap roses with ivory lace.

Mr. Joseph Beucher of Connellsville, brother of the groom, served as Best Man. Groomsmen included Mr. Sam Beucher of Connellsville, cousin of the groom, Mr. Dalton Kuhn of Burton, brother of the bride, and Mr. Shane Kuhn of Burton, brother of the bride. The ring bearer was Mr. Dominic Shaw of Shinston, nephew of the bride. Each wore a natural tan burlap rosette boutonniere.

On the eve of the wedding, the bride’s parents hosted a buffet dinner and reception at Lakeview Golf Resort and Spa. Hors d’ouevers included a fresh fruit display with yogurt dipping sauce and an assortment of homemade cookies made by the bride’s family and friends displayed on wooden slabs with chalkboard signs. The buffet included a garden harvest salad, assorted dinner rolls, grilled balsamic herb chicken breast, pasta primavera, twice baked potatoes, and green bean almondine.

The wedding cake was chocolate with peanut butter filling with a white buttercream icing and white rosette designs. The wedding cupcakes were displayed on a wooden cupcake stand the bride and groom made together and included a variety of cupcakes from The Cupcakerie in Morgantown.

Tables had white floor-length linens, white fan-folded napkins with burlap and lace table runners. Burlap chair sashes were wrapped around chairs with a tuck-fold. Centering the dining tables were wood slabs surrounded by votive candles wrapped in lace with mason jars of baby’s breath. Placed on the tables for guests were favors of homemade jelly made by the bride and her mother with a label that read “Spread With Love” and accented with a twine bow.

The bridal couple danced to “Danny’s Song” by Kenny Loggins. The bride and her father danced to “Little Miss Magic” by Jimmy Buffett, while the groom and his mother danced to “My Wish” by Rascal Flatts. The couple’s last song of the night was the famous John Denver “Country Roads”. The guests surrounded the bride and groom in a circle with their arms wrapped around one another as they congratulated the newlyweds.

The bride is a 2009 graduate of Hundred High School. She graduated from West Virginia University in 2015 with a Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology. She currently is employed at Coastal Therapy Partners in Wilmington, North Carolina as a Speech-Language Pathologist, beginning her career working in a skilled nursing facility. The groom is a 2007 graduate of Connellsville High School in Connellsville, Pennsylvania. He graduated from West Virginia University in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and minor in AgriBusiness Management. He is currently employed with Williford, Houston and Co., CPAs in Wilmington.

The couple will reside in Wilmington, North Carolina.