Yvonne R. Alderman and Christopher S. Heiney were united in marriage in a Dec. 14 old-fashioned country wedding ceremony held at the Stoney Point Church in Arnoldsburg, W.Va.
The Rev. Carl Marks was the officiant.
The bride is the daughter of Doris J. Davis of Spencer, W.Va., and the late Paul E. Alderman. The parents of the bridegroom are Harry and Oleta Heiney of Ravenna.
The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Rick Alderman of Arnoldsburg.
She wore an ivory silk gown featuring a wedding band collar and accented with pearls and vine lace appliques. Her full skirt flowed to a cathedral train and her cathedral-length veil, embellished with pearls, was held in place by a headpiece of babys-breath and ivory ribbon.
She carried a cascading bouquet of white sweetheart roses, carnations, babys-breath and pearls on white ribbon.
Maid of honor was the brides daughter, Jennifer Alderman of Ripley, W.Va. Bridesmaid was the brides granddaughter, Daphne Alderman of Ripley. Serving as flower girl was the brides niece, Samantha Gorden of Grantsville, W.Va.
The attendants carried bouquets of pink, red and white carnations.
The best man was Christopher Bell of Grantsville. The ring bearer was the brides grandson, Douglas Alderman of Ripley. Aides for the reception were Doris J. Davis, Robin Bell, Rick Alderman, Christopher Bell, Vanessa Gorden, Catherine Snider, Ivory Snider and Jeremy Boatwright, all of West Virginia.
The newlyweds were honored at a reception held at the home of the brides brother, Rick Alderman. Guests included five generations of the brides family.
The new Mrs. Heiney is a graduate of Mountain State College in Parkersburg, W.Va., and is owner of Painted Colors in Spencer.
Her husband is a graduate of Ravenna High School and is employed in the maintenance department of Lodi Teknor Color.
Following a wedding trip to a country cabin in Arnoldsburg, the couple are making their home in Burbank.
A rehearsal dinner was hosted by Doris J. Davis in Spencer.