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Weddings


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Watson-Webster

Stephanie Jo Watson and Zachary Stephen Webster were married May 23 at Belle Grove Plantation at Middletown.

The bride is the daughter of Sherri and David Sander of Winchester and the late William Watson. The groom is the son of George an Nancy Webster of Woodstock.

The Rev. Kenneth Smith performed the ceremony.

The bride was escorted by her brother, Tyler Watson of Bunker Hill, W.Va.

The maid of honor was Kimberly Gentry of Cross Junction.

Bridesmaids were Rachel Anderson of Winchester and Evelyn Cooper of Inwood, W.Va.

The best man was Jason Hagenmayer of Winchester. Groomsmen were the father of the groom and Justin Brabson of Inwood.

The flower girl was Maddy Kimel. The ring bearer was Robbie Auman, cousin of the bride.

A reception followed at the Woodstock Moose Lodge.

Prenuptial entertainment included a bridal shower given by the bridal party, a bachelorette party at the Inner Harbor in Baltimore and the rehearsal dinner at Houlihan's at Front Royal.

The bride, a 2005 graduate of Rosedale Christian Academy and a 2008 graduate of Lord Fairfax Community College, is a legal assistant at Lawson and Silek PLC.

The groom, a 2004 graduate of Central High School, is a Loudoun County firefighter/EMT.

Following a cruise to Canada, the couple are living in Stephens City.

Ambrose-Henry

Susan Delia Ambrose and Jason Woodrow Henry were married May 16 at the Greenwood United Methodist Church.

The bride is the daughter of Sandra Carper Ambrose of Winchester and the late W. Michael Ambrose. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Henry of Winchester.

The Rev. Jerry Weigel performed the double-ring ceremony.

Given in marriage by her uncle, the bride wore a satin A-line gown with an off-the-shoulder sweetheart neckline, beaded side-draped bodice and chapel train. She wore a fingertip veil with a pearl headpiece and carried a bouquet of pink and white tulips.

The maid of honor was Anne Ambrose of Winchester, sister of the bride. She wore a pearl pink satin strapless side-ruched ball gown and carried a mixed spring bouquet.

Bridesmaids were Brittany Carper, cousin of the bride, and Chelsea Fox, both of Winchester. They each wore a watermelon-pink satin strapless side-ruched ball gown and carried a mixed spring bouquet.

The best man was Matthew Henry of Winchester. Ushers were Sean Geiger of Jacksonville, Fla., uncle of the groom, and Laurence Rodea of Warrenton.

A reception followed at the Carper Farm North, the residence of the bride's family.

Prenuptial entertainment included a couples shower given by Mr. and Mrs. John Carper and family, a bridal shower given by bridesmaids, a bridal event at the Inner Harbor in Baltimore, a groom event in Ocean City, Md., and the rehearsal dinner given by the groom's parents at the Piccadilly Brew Pub & Restaurant.

The bride, a 2001 graduate of James Wood High School and a 2005 graduate of Radford University, is employed by Annandale Millwork in Winchester.

The groom, a 2001 graduate of James Wood High School and a 2005 graduate of Strayer University, is employed by Lockheed Martin in Northern Virginia.

Following a wedding trip to Ochos Rios, Jamaica, the couple are living in Winchester.

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