A tailgate wedding made in heaven

Scott and Shalee Shumiloff Bridesmaid Amy Schultze Bridesmaids Amy and Rachel Shalee begins her walk down the aisle, escorted by her sons Scott kisses his new bride Scott and Shalee Shumiloff's wedding party Shalee and Scott with Sean and Benjamin Shalee and Scott with his parents Scott and Shalee with her family Misti toasts the bride and groom toasting the bride and groom WVU-themed wedding cake Wedding cake topper Shalee and Scott in front of the WVU Alumni Center

As Shalee’s bridal party made their entrance in the gold lot, John Denver’s sweet and wholesome voice began crooning “Almost heaven, West Virginia.”

Newlyweds Scott & ShaleeIt only seems fitting that a WVU tailgate wedding would play “Take me home, country roads” for their procession, and “Hail, West Virginia” for their wedding march.

In fact, everything from the wedding party’s attire to the flowers, cake and decorations boasted their Mountaineer pride. The couple even said their “I do’s” under an arch decorated with blue-and-gold ribbons.

Although it rained on and off throughout the crisp, windy day, the skies were clear while Scott Shumiloff and Shalee Nash tied the knot before the homecoming game between WVU and Kansas.

About 100 guests witnessed the matrimony at 9 a.m. on Oct. 4. The wedding was followed by a tailgate full of chicken wings, chicken, sweet and sour kielbasa, beer and cookies.

Shortly before the game ended, Scott and Shalee were picked up from the stadium in a limo, which took them to their hotel in Bridgeport.

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