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Rosanna Hawkins and Robert Winner were married Dec. 13 at the St. Paul's Lutheran Church at Jerome.
The bride is the daughter of Wayne and Miranda Hawkins of Edinburg. The groom is the son of Stan and Pat Winner of Virginia Beach.
The Rev. Harold Burnette performed the double-ring ceremony. Musicians were Lily Bowers, Leah Hawkins and Allie Lynch.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a strapless ivory satin floor-length gown with a fitted bodice, chocolate-colored sash and a full A-line skirt with a short train. She wore a blusher face veil with jeweled side clips and carried a bouquet of cream-colored gerber daisies tipped in royal blue.
The maid of honor was Leah Hawkins of Edinburg, sister of the bride. She wore a royal blue strapless formal-length gown with chocolate ruching at the waist and a chocolate ruffle down the side.
Bridesmaids were Tiffany Hawkins of Edinburg, Kathleen French of Woodstock, Kathryn Pierce of Maurertown and Caitlin Ashley of West Virginia. They each wore a chocolate brown strapless formal-length gown with royal blue ruching at the waist and royal blue ruffle down the side.
The best man was Andrew Wright of Virginia Beach. Ushers were Matthew Krieder, Brandon Hartsock and James Haynes, all of Virginia Beach, and Tommy Watson of Richmond.
The flower girl was Rylie Paige Blackmon. Ring bearer was Aiden Staten.
A reception followed at the Edinburg VFW.
The bride is a 2007 graduate of Sweet Briar College.
The groom is a 2007 graduate of Hampden-Sydney College.
Following a wedding trip to Sugarloaf Mountain, Md., the couple are living in Mt. Jackson.
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