The marriage of Danele Melvina Golubin, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Matthew Golubin, and Bruce Grigg Duncan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vernon Harris Duncan of Alexandria, Va., was celebrated last Friday evening at St. Mary's Catholic Church. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Gregory Forgeron Golubin of Alexandria, at the seven o'clock ceremony conducted by Monsignor Wingler. The reception was held at The Capitol Hill Club in this city with music by the group, "Sound Track."

The bride was lovely in a Priscilla of Boston gown of candlelight satin fashioned with a bodice of Alenoon lace, sleeves of English net with wedding buttons at the wrists, and a cathedral train. She held a cascade of white roses and stephanotis.

Gowned in wintergreen jersey and matching chiffon jackets with satin sashes and peplums were Jannen Marcia Golubin, the bride's sister, as maid of honor; Mrs. Rasa Bobelis Andrews, Mary Cynthia Byrnes, Brenda Gray, and Cynthia Anne Parrish, the bridesmaids. Margarita Virginia Duncan and Paul Moncure Duncan, niece and nephew of the groom, were flower girl and ring bearer respectively. Mr. Duncan was served by his father as best man, assisted by John Michael Cramer, Dr. Paul Victor Luisada, G. J. Somervilla, and Thomas John Stanton as groomsmen, with Moncure Duncan and Robinson Morton Duncan, brothers of the bridegroom, as the ushers.

Mrs. Duncan is a graduate of Emory University (Ga.), and is with the real estate firm of Golubin and Warwick, Inc., in Alexandria. Mr. Duncan, an alumnus of the College of William and Mary, is with Bob Duncan Real Estate in Alexandria.

The Duncans will take a week in the Dominican Republic and go sailing for a week in the British Virgin Islands. They will be at home in Alexandria.