ELIZABETH ANN MOSSER & JAMES TIMOTHY BURGESS PIQUA, OHIO | 7.6.19
annie and timmy live in the small town of kenova where everyone knows one another. One day, Timmy texted Annie, a native of Huntington, and asked her out for a date. She was hesitant. He was persistent. And his persistence paid off. The couple was engaged during the Christmas holidays in 2018 and began planning a wedding for the following summer. They chose the High Acre Farm in Piqua, Ohio, as the location for their wedding day. For her wedding, the bride wore a Hayley Paige Andi gown, and her bridesmaids wore black dresses in styles of their choosing. They carried bouquets of white and blush-colored flowers with greenery. Annie was escorted by her father and by son, Landon, and the couple’s children stood with them at the altar. The couple wanted the ceremony to focus on their blended family becoming one on their special day. They exchanged traditional wedding vows in their outdoor ceremony overlooking a lake on the farm. A reception with family and friends took place in a barn on the property. The couple’s children each made a toast to their parents during the celebration, which included live music and a three-tiered wedding cake dusted with gold-colored flecks and decorated with white and blush-colored flowers. They sang the customary song “Take me Home, Country Roads” to end the evening as fireworks went off over the lake. The couple currently resides in Kenova with their four children. Annie works as a medical sales representative for Medtronic, and Timmy is vice president of operations for Zim’s Bagging Company.
BRIDE’S PARENTS Cindy & Barry Mosser
GROOM’S PARENTS Margaret Burgess and the late Sonny Burgess
PHOTOGRAPHED BY The Oberports
86 | WV WEDDINGS Spring/Summer 2020
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