The Fayetteville Church of Christ in Georgia was the site of the summer wedding of Kathryn Dawn Langeman and Aaron Nicholas Burch. She is the daughter of David and Marjorie Langeman of St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada. His parents are Eugene and Rita Burch of Salem.
Perry Baker, the bride's uncle, officiated at the couple's double-ring ceremony at 11 a.m. July 26.
Escorted by her father and given in marriage by her parents, the bride appeared in a white cap sleeve gown with a lace overlay. The gown was highlighted with crystal detailing and a semi-cathedral-length train. She carried a bouquet of peach and white roses with pink carnations and wildflowers. A fingertip veil with crystal edging was secured by a crystal encrusted tiara.
Sandi Langman of Henderson, Tenn., the bride's sister, was the maid of honor.
Beth Zamfir, of Arizona, the bride's sister, was the bridesmaid. Her sisters were attired in matching floor-length lavender gowns.
Dusty Burch of Salem, the bridegroom's brother, was the best man.
Ushers included Daniel Zamfir, the bride's brother-in-law; Andy Burch and Daniel Gauding, the bridegroom's cousins, of Salem.
Davis Baker, the bride's cousin, was the ring bearer.
Approximately 60 guests attended the reception in the fellowship hall of the church.
Following their honeymoon to Roan Mt., Tenn., the couple resides in Scottshill, Tenn.
A rehearsal diner, hosted by the bridegroom's parents, was held at the Italian Oven in Peach Tree City, Ga.