Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Way

Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Way Ashley Knowlton

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Ashley Knowlton and Christopher Way were united in marriage in an outdoors ceremony at the Way Family Farm, Stump Creek, on July 30, 2016, by Pastor Sam Bundy of the Reynoldsville Alliance Church and Pastor William Tobin.

She is the daughter of Scott Knowlton, of Buffalo, N.Y., and the late Samantha Spencer. He is the son of Steve and Wendy Way, of DuBois.

The bride chose Alyssa Whitefield, of Buffalo, N.Y., as her matron of honor.

Bridesmaids included: Katie Way, sister of groom, of DuBois; Alicia Hilton, of San Diego, Calif.; Susanna Petrolie, of Chicago; Kristina Martin, of Winfield, Pa.; Elisabeth Jackson, of Groton, N.Y.; Johnna Matusik, of Orchard Park, N.Y.; and Cala Galioto, of Arcade, N.Y.

Calla McGarvey, cousin of groom, of Astoria, N.Y., was the flower girl.

David Jung, of Washington, D.C., performed the duties of best man.

Ushers included: Lucas and Will McGarvey, cousins of groom, of Astoria, N.Y.

Groomsmen included: Felix Maji, of Buffalo, N.Y.; Kyle Gregory, of Bainbridge, N.Y.; Gabe Bertini, of Lancaster, Pa.; Ryan Remington, of Independence, Mo.; and Derek Schwabe, of Washington, D.C.

Timmy Bundy, cousin of groom, of Brockway, was the ring bearer.

An outdoor reception was held at the Way Family Farm, Stump Creek.

The bride is a 2007 graduate of Hutchinson Central Technical High School, Buffalo, N.Y., and a 2011 graduate of Houghton College, Houghton, N.Y., with a degree in communications, and minors in writing and family studies. She is volunteer coordinator of the Priscilla Project, a program of Jericho Road Community Health Center.

The groom is a 2008 graduate of DuBois Area High School and a 2012 graduate of Houghton College, Houghton, N.Y., with a degree in intercultural development, and minors in linguistics and psychology. He is a social entrepreneur and founder of The Atinga Project.

Following a honeymoon camping trip in the Adirondacks and Vermont, the couple are living in Buffalo.

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