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Sypolt - Warner

July 4, 2008
The Inter-Mountain

Kelly Ann Warner and Robert Masters Sypolt of Seneca Rocks were married on May 1. The Rev. Lamar Boulware presided during the beach front ceremony in North Myrtle Beach, S.C., in the presence of close family members and friends.

The bride is the daughter of Jimmie and Dorothy Warner of Onego.

The bridegroom is the son of Ruth C. Masters Sypolt of Terra Alta and the late James H. Sypolt Sr.

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bride is the former Kelly Warner

The bride wore a full-length, white sleeveless gown. The bodice had a plunging back and was embellished with black and white beading. She carried a cascading bouquet of ivy adorned with white roses, miniature lilies and baby's breath.

Katrina Taylor, niece of the bride, served as matron of honor. She wore a black, T-length halter dress and carried a bouquet of white roses. Madison and Morgan Manly, also nieces of the bride, served as flower girls. They wore matching white, T-length dresses adorned with black ribbon and scattered red rose petals, both fresh and dried, that the bridegroom had given to the bride.

Jonathan Sypolt, son of the bridegroom, served as best man. Jacob Metheny, great-nephew of the bridegroom, served as a groomsman.

Following the double-ring ceremony, a reception dinner was hosted at Crabby Mike's Seafood Co., where the party was treated to an unlimited seafood and country buffet. The white, two-layer stacked cake was created by Cakes by the Sea and contained a vanilla creme filling with butter cream icing. The cake rested in a bed of brown sugar "sand" with black ribbon dividing the layers which were decorated with white edible seashells and pearls.



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