Emily Dye and Matthew Toogood were united in marriage on March 12 in an outdoor, double ring ceremony at Miller's Park in Lynchburg, Va. by Pastor Dwayne Carson.
The bride is the daughter of David and Melinda Dye, of Belpre, and the granddaughter of Harold and Phyllis Dye of Belpre and the late Kenneth and Marjorie Luman Sr. of LIttle Hocking.
She is a 2007 graduate of Warren High School and a 2011 graduate of Liberty University with a bachelor's degree in Kinesiology.
The bridegroom is the son of Charles and Kelly Toogood of Media, Pa.
He is a 2006 graduate of Delaware County Christian School and a 2010 graduate of Liberty University with a bachelor's degree in business management he is currently employed by Burris Logistics.
The bride, escorted by her father, wore a chiffon, formfitting, off the shoulder white dress with intricate beading around the bust and train. She carried a bouquet of mums, sweet peas, roses, tulips, pink anemone, freesia, hydrangea, white star of Bethlehem and queen annes lace.
The maids of honor were Kari Dye of Chesapeake, Va., sister of the bride; and Jen Tarr of Scranton, Pa. Bridesmaids were Aleece Dye of Beverly, sister in law of the bride; and Hope Toogood of Media, Pa., sister of the bridegroom
Best Man was Aaron Poch of Manassas, Va. Groomsmen were Danny Lamonte of Lynchburg; Stephen Myers of Lynchburg; Nicholas Dye of Beverly, brother of the bride; and Chris Cortes of Lynchburg.
Music was provided by guitarist, Justin Fritts of Kingston, Tenn. and soloist Chris Travis of Columbus.
A reception followed at the Aviary in Miller's Park. After a honeymoon trip to Antigua the couple resides in Lynchburg.