ARLINGTON, Va. — Sara Rose Heflin and Max Manfredo were united in marriage on June 2, 2018, by Ray Linthicum, stepfather of the bride, at The Inn at Vint Hill (Warrenton, Va.).
She is the daughter of Stephanie and Ray Linthicum, of Warrenton, Va. He is the son of John and Janice Manfredo, of DuBois.
The bride chose Rachel Jones-Crosswhite, of Warrenton, Va., as her maid of honor.
Bridesmaids included: Emily Perkins, of Charlottesville, Va.; Molly Manfredo-DeCroes, of Baltimore, Md.; Monica Evans, of Fairfax, Va.; Stacy Linthicum, of Harrisonburg, Va.; and Jennifer Linthicum, of Warrenton, Va.
The flower girl was Freya Heflin, of Linden, Va.
Joey Manfredo, of Washington, D.C., performed the duties of best man.
Rowan Heflin, of Linden, Va., was the ring bearer.
Groomsmen included: Joseph Cooper, of Seattle, Washington; Kevin Hamill, of Pittsburgh, Pa.; Mackenzie Camuso, of DuBois; Michael Schachter, of Tacoma, Washington; Michael Hunter, of Philadelphia; and Michael Hochrein, of Stamford, Connecticut.
A reception was held at The Inn at Vint Hill in Warrenton, Virginia
The bride is a 2013 graduate of Bridgewater College in Bridgewater, Va., with a bachelor’s degree in English literature and composition. She graduated in May from Marymount University in Arlington, Va., with a master’s degree in English and humanities with a concentration in literature. She is an English teacher at Youth for Tomorrow in Bristow, Va.
The groom is a 2008 graduate of The Pennsylvania State University with a bachelor’s degree in secondary education in social studies with a history minor. He is a history teacher at Youth for Tomorrow in Bristow, Va.
The newlyweds traveled the north and south islands of New Zealand for their honeymoon trip.
The couple will continue to live in Arlington and teach at Youth for Tomorrow in Bristow, Va.