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Christine Marie Schoonmaker and Mark Daniel Kipps were married May 23 at the Centreville United Methodist Church.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Schoonmaker of Centreville. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne V. Kipps of New Market.
The Rev. Dr. Alan Felumlee and the Rev. Doug Streett, uncle of the bride, performed the double-ring ceremony. Rebecca Jackson was the organist.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor-length white sleeveless gown with a halter neckline and a chapel-length train with sequins and beads. She wore a fingertip-length veil and carried a bouquet of white roses, blue delphiniums, blue hydrangeas and purple lisianthus with stems wrapped in mother's lace.
Bridesmaids were Gillian Mescher of Elkridge, Md., Julie Shore of Centreville, and Anna Copenhaver of Yorktown, cousin of the bride. They each wore a floor-length periwinkle sleeveless gown with a V-neckline and each carried a bouquet of yellow stock and carnations with blue delphiniums and hydrangeas.
Groomsmen were Jonathan Egan of Hanover, Md., Michael Shore of Centreville and Jacob Teter of Fairfax. The usher was James Schoonmaker of Centreville, brother of the bride.
The flower girl was Kaitlyn Grover, niece of the bride. Ring bearer was Adam Souder, nephew of the groom.
A reception followed at the Stonewall Golf Club at Gainesville.
Prenuptial entertainment included bridal showers given by the bridesmaids and the groom's family and the rehearsal dinner given by the groom's parents at Heart in Hand in Clifton.
The bride, a 2003 graduate of James Madison University with a degree in biology, works in biodefense.
The groom, a 2002 graduate of Virginia Tech with a degree in mechanical engineering, is employed by Valley Engineering, Surveying and Planning in Harrisonburg.
Following a wedding trip to Hawaii, the couple are living in Harrisonburg.
Ashley Sager and Christopher Petrolino were married May 24 at the Fort Valley Nursery in Woodstock.
The bride is the daughter of Don and Bonnie Sager of Maurertown. The groom is the son of Judy Williams of Charles Town, W.Va.
The Rev. David Casto performed the double-ring ceremony.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore her mother's off-white vintage India gauze gown and a single daisy comb. She carried a bouquet of yellow and white daisies.
The maid of honor was Susan Plum of Toms Brook.
The best man was John Petrolino of New Jersey, brother of the groom. Ushers were Brian Andrews of Winchester and Branson Sager of Toms Brook, brother of the bride.
The junior bridesmaid was Caight Sager, niece of the bride. The flower girl was Cora-Anne Sager, niece of the bride.
A reception followed.
Prenuptial entertainment included a miscellaneous shower given by Cindy Wright and Bobbie Ritenour.
The bride, a 2003 graduate of Strasburg High School and a 2008 graduate of Shenandoah University, is a respiratory therapist at Washington County Hospital in Hagerstown, Md.
The groom is a systems engineer analyst for Grabnetworks Inc. in Ashburn.
Following a wedding trip to St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, the couple are living in Charles Town.
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