Lisa Kay Bock and Joshua Ray Bradley were united in marriage on May 14 at the Beechwood Heights Church of Christ in Parkersburg. The double-ring ceremony was officiated by Rev. George A. Hall of Parkersburg.
The bride is the daughter of William Russell and Geraldine Bock of Vienna. She is the granddaughter of the late Lester and Justine Bock of Burning Springs, W.Va.
The groom is the son of Billy Ray and Kimberly Bradley of Parkersburg. He is the grandson of John and Jean Snyder of Walker, W.Va. and Ruth and the late John Reynolds of Parkersburg.
The bride was escorted down the aisle by her father and given in marriage by her parents. She wore an ivory strapless gown of chiffon over satin. Tiny pearls and swarovski crystals adorned the midriff and down the back of the skirt and continued along the edge of the long train. Her elbow-length veil had the same pearls and crystals in the form of small flowers. She carried a round bouquet of navy, royal blue and silver roses wrapped with white satin and pearls.
Susan Cooper of Davisville, the bride's sister, served as matron of honor. Shea Llewellyn of Parkersburg, friend of the bride and groom, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Danielle Bradley of Parkersburg, sister of the groom, and Stacy Leek of Vienna, niece of the bride. The attendants wore different styles of navy floor length gowns. Each carried a bouquet of royal blue, white and silver roses tied with navy blue ribbon.
Flower girl was Abby Kuhn of Parkersburg, niece of the groom. She wore an ankle length, silver colored dress and tossed silver and navy petals.
The ring bearer was Emma Bradley of Williamstown, daughter of the groom. She wore an ankle length dress of navy blue chiffon with beading on the midriff.
The soloist was Lindsy Dowler of Parkersburg, friend of the bride, who sang their song, "How Do I Live" by Trisha Yearwood.
All of the flowers were designed by the mother of the bride, Geraldine Bock, of Vienna.
Billy Ray Bradley of Parkersburg, father of the groom, served as the best man. Groomsmen were John Snyder of Moatsville, W.Va., uncle of the groom, Eddie Richard of Leroy, W.Va., cousin of the groom, and Marky Richard of Parkersburg, cousin of the groom.
Registering guests was Angela Bock of Troutville, Va., sister-in-law of the bride.
A unity candle was lit by the groom, his daughter and the bride. A candle was lit in memory of family members who have passed on.
Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held in the fellowship room of the church. The three-tier white cake with buttercream icing was decorated with navy lilies, silver roses and navy and silver ribbons. The topper was two entwined hearts. Serving were Angela Bock of Troutville, Va., sister-in-law of the bride, Lindsy Dowler of Parkersburg, friend of the bride, and Don Carr, of Parkersburg, friend of the bride.
The bride is a 1988 graduate of Parkersburg High School. She is a homemaker. The groom is a 1996 graduate of Parkersburg High School and attended West Virginia University at Parkersburg. He is a member of the Painters and Allied Trades Union and is employed as an industrial painter.
After a honeymoon in N.C., the couple resides in Vienna.