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Whyte - Gariepy

Edgartown - The Harbor View Hotel was the setting for the Aug. 10 wedding ceremony and reception of Stephanie Whyte and Ryan Gariepy of Attleboro.

Jacalyn Kane officiated.

The bride is the daughter of Michael and Ellen Whyte of Attleboro. The groom is the son of Phyllis Day of Attleboro and Richard (Dick) Gariepy, also of Attleboro.

Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an Allure Bridal strapless gown that featured a Swarovski crystal-beaded bodice with a full skirt. A bouquet of true blue hydrangeas completed the ensemble.

The maid of honor was Leanne Diggett, best friend of the bride for more than 13 years.

The bridesmaids were Bethany Diggett, best friend of the bride; Maggie Ryan, cousin of the bride; Tina Dumoulin, sister of the groom; Renee Gariepy sister-in-law of the groom; and Jenna, 13, and Hannah, 12, Gariepy, nieces of the groom.

The flower girl was Madeline Gariepy, the bride and groom's 2-year-old daughter.

Zane Gariepy, the bride and groom's 12-year-old son, served as best man.

The ushers were David Gariepy, brother of the groom; Peter Dumoulin, brother-in-law of the groom; and Alexander and Branden Dumoulin, nephews of the groom.

The ring bearer was Parker Smith, the bride's 4-year-old Godson.

The bride graduated from Rhode Island College with a degree in early childhood education.

She works as a kindergarten teacher at Agnes Little Elementary School in Pawtucket.

The groom graduated from Attleboro High School and an apprenticeship program of Local 7 Ironworkers.

He is a Local 7 Ironworker in Boston.

Following the ceremony and reception, the couple spent 10 days with family in Martha's Vineyard.