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Foreman - Keith

August 27, 2011
The Inter-Mountain

Alison Keith and Caleb Foreman were married on April 30 at the Old Edwards Inn Farm in Highlands, N.C. Presiding over the outdoor ceremony was family friend, Matthew Mishoe of Charleston.

The bride was escorted to the alter by her father, Douglas Keith of Elkins.

The bride wore a blush Watters, strapless, full-length taffeta gown with a lace overlay adorned with twisted, taffeta roses. She carried a bouquet of hydrangeas, white peonies and pink roses.

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MR. AND MRS. CALEB FOREMAN
bride is the former Alison Keith

The bridesmaids wore an assortment of styles of mint green, chiffon, knee-length dresses. The bouquets complimented that of the bride's.

The groomsmen wore black tuxedoes, accessorized with mint green ties.

The wedding party consisted of parents, Lynn and Jennifer Hicks of Asheville, N.C.; Douglas Keith of Elkins; Jill Renfrew of Trucksville, Pa., Rodger Foreman, of Northumberland, Pa.; maid of honor Jaime Keith, sister of the bride, of Winchester, Va.; bridesmaids Jordann Foreman, sister of the bridegroom, of Katy, Texas; friends of the bride Abigail Martin, of Charlotte, N.C.; Lauren DeTreville and Courtney Cole, both of Richmond, Va.; Julie Morici of Elkins; and Greer Hughes of Morgantown; best man Andrew Pollick, friend of the bride and bridegroom, of Pittsburgh, Pa.; groomsmen, Asa Foreman, brother of the bridegroom, of Bordeaux, France; Brooks Keith, brother of the bride, of Farmville, Pa.; and friends of the bridegroom Chase Merritt, of Fresno, Calif., Josh Esposito, of Morgantown; Zack Miller and Greg Sisa, both of San Diego, Calif.

The rings were carried by Seamus Cristoff, nephew of the bridegroom and son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Cristoff of Katy, Texas.

The flower girls were friends of the bride, Alexis Morici and Grace Morici, both of Elkins. Each wore ivory, taffeta, balloon dresses, with a yoke adorned with taffeta rosettes and carried ribbon batons embellished with pink roses.

A poem was recited by Mary Beth Parker, friend of both the bride and bridegroom of Wheeling.

A cocktail hour and station dinner followed in the barn of the Old Edwards Inn Farm. Bluegrass music was provided by County Farm of Asheville, N.C.

Prior to the wedding, a get acquainted gathering was hosted by the best man in Highlands, N.C.

The bride is a 2003 graduate of West Virginia University with a degree in early childhood development/family studies. The bridegroom is a Navy Seal, on Seal Team 3, based in Coronado, Calif.

Following the honeymoon in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, the couple now resides in San Diego, Calif.

 
 

 

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