Miller—Coe

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Arienne Miller and Shawn Coe were united in marriage on Feb. 25, 2017, at the Basilica of St. Mary of the Assumption in Marietta. Fr. David Huffman of Ironton, Ohio, officiated the ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Mark and Nancy Miller of Belpre and granddaughter of Richard and Jean Miller of Marietta and Mary Germanovich of Struthers, Ohio.

The groom is the son of Michael and Leslie Coe of Mineral Wells.

The bride wore a diamond white beaded wedding dress with off the shoulder sleeves.

A hooded floor-length white velvet cape lined with fur, handmade by the groom’s mother, Leslie Coe, kept her warm before and after the wedding and reception.

Kayla Slattery served as maid of honor. Micah Marshall served as flower girl and also wore a matching white velvet cape. Bridesmaids included Quinn Hartleroad, Breanna Duff, Erin Phillips, Kayla Rutherford and Hanah Dawkins. They wore light teal floor-length dresses with a high neck line and adorned with silver silk scarves.

Levi Amos served as the best man. Owen Tunnell served as ring bearer. Groomsmen include Anthony Miracle, Jerrod Justice, Beniah Depue, Alex Miller and Paul Dawkins. The groomsman wore silver tuxedos with teal vests and matching bow ties.

The bride is from Belpre is a 2012 graduate of Warren High School. She is a 2016 graduate of Ohio University with a bachelor’s of science degree majoring in biological sciences. She works for Scribe America as a chief scribe at O’Bleness Hospital in Athens. She is working toward entry into medical school at Ohio University.

The groom is a 2008 graduate Parkersburg South High School. He attended Fairmont State for aviation and received his pilot’s license. He then received a certificate in networking from West Virginia University of Parkersburg. He is an assistant manager of AT&T in Gallipolis. He is working toward a degree in cyber security from DeVry University.

A reception dinner and dance followed later that evening at the Marietta Shrine Club. The first dance of the bride and groom, “Come What May,” which they sang together and recorded in advance.

The father of the bride, Mark Miller, and mother of the groom, Leslie Coe, also carried on a tradition of singing “Sunrise Sunset,” which was also sung at the bride’s parents’ wedding.

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