Tapia Ramirez-Wynn Wedding
Amy Elizabeth Wynn and Jesus Tapia Ramirez, both of Southern Pines, were married at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 6, 2008, at Saint Anthony's Of Padua Catholic Church in Southern Pines. Father Bill John Acosta officiated at the double-ring ceremony.
The reception was held at the National Guard Armory.
The bride is the daughter of Nancy Wynn, of Hamlet, and the late Mark Wynn, formerly of Beaufort, S.C., and the granddaughter of Elizabeth Stewart, of Hamlet, and the late Kenneth Stewart Sr. The bride graduated from Richmond Community College and plans to further her education in nursing at Sandhills Community College.
The groom is the son of Ana Maria Ramirez, of Orizaba, Mexico, and Vicente Tapia, of El Paso, Texas. He attended school in Mexico and is a self-employed construction worker.
The bride was escorted by her uncle, Mitchell Stewart, of Hamlet. She wore a white fitted gown with a sweetheart neckline embellished with crystals and rhinestones with a flowing cathedral-length train. Her scallop-edged fingertip-length veil was embellished with crystals to match the gown. She carried a bouquet of white roses and lilac hydrangeas.
Crystal Long, cousin of the bride, of Hamlet, was matron of honor. Kelly Parker, cousin of the bride, of Hamlet; Heather Leviner, cousin of the bride, of Rockingham; Jessica Velazquez, of Southern Pines; and Susana Martinez, of Southern Pines, were bridesmaids. They wore floor-length lilac gowns and carried bouquets of white roses and lilac hydrangeas.
Daisy Ponce, daughter of the bride, of Southern Pines, was the train bearer.
Gregorio Guzman, uncle of the groom, of Southern Pines, was best man. Ricardo Ramirez, cousin of the groom, of Southern Pines; Jesus Quintero, of Southern Pines; Ponciano Arias, of Southern Pines; and Celestino Velazquez, of Southern Pines, were groomsmen.
Alanna Ponce, daughter of the bride, of Southern Pines, and Maria Rosas, of Southern Pines, were flower girls.
Kadin Long, cousin of the bride, of Hamlet, was ring bearer.
The couple reside in Southern Pines.
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