Kayla Brooke Pugh and Adam Klope were united in marriage May 14 at High Point Pentecostal Church in West Paducah. The Rev. Doug Stevens and the Rev. Danny Swinnea of Chappells, S.C., officiated. Recorded music was provided by the groom and also Austin Klope of Nashville, Tenn., pianist.
The bride is the daughter of Durand and Melody Pugh of West Paducah.
The groom is the son of Terry and Gale Klope of West Paducah.
The bride chose her sister, Ms. Ashley Pugh of Macon, Ga., as her maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Ms. Rachel Stockhaus of Orlando, Fla., Ms. Kayla Farmer of Benton and Mrs. Casey Presswood of Paducah. Serving as flower girls were Miss Anna Francesca DeSilvio, daughter of Ms. Dina Kimsey and Frank DeSilvio of Brooklyn, N.Y.; and Miss Caroline Elizabeth Presswood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Presswood of Paducah. Ringbearer was Kenneth Stevens, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Doug Stevens of West Paducah.
The groom chose his father as his best man. Groomsmen were Aaron Klope of West Paducah, brother of the groom; Keith Staples of West Paducah and Chris Presswood. Serving as ushers and candlelighters were Wesley Holshouser of Paducah, Braden Klope of Nashville and Bradley Stevens of West Paducah.
A reception followed at Madison Hall. Servers were Mrs. Rebecca Fortson of West Paducah and Ms. Laura Holshouser of Paducah. Ms. Kelsey Gonzales and Miss Mia Kimsey, both of Paducah, attended the guest register.
The bride is a 2006 graduate of Christian Fellowship School in Benton, a 2010 cum laude graduate of Murray State University and is pursuing a doctor of physical therapy degree from Bellarmine University in Louisville.
The groom is a 2004 graduate of Heath High School and is employed as a salesman at Winnelson Plumbing Supply Co. in Paducah.
The couple resides in West Paducah.