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Wedding – Sutphen-Harris

Submitted photoAdeline Sutphen and Ethan Harris
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Adeline Rose Sutphen of Lincoln, Mass., and Ethan Urban Harris of Charlottesville, Va., were married July 10 at the Sutphen residence. The ceremony was officiated by the Rev. Laurie Costenborder-Jordan. Approximately 110 guests attended the ceremony and reception.

The bride is the daughter of John and Kathleen Sutphen of Nevada City. She is a 2000 graduate of Nevada Union High School and a 2004 graduate of Tufts University in Massachusetts, with a degree in mechanical engineering. She is currently employed by iRobot in Burlington, Mass.

The bridegroom is the son of Mark and Mary Ann Harris of Charlottesville. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia with a degree in outdoor recreation. He is currently employed as a park interpreter at Walden Pond State Park in Concord, Mass.



The bride wore a Watters and Watters cocktail-length, strapless silk gown, with hand-tied silk embroidery detail and a two-tiered veil secured by a tiara. She carried a bouquet of garden roses.

The maid of honor was Elisabeth Dwyer of Medford, Mass. The bridesmaids included the bride’s sister, Lilah Sutphen of Nevada City, and Jesse Budzinski of Penn Valley. The junior bridesmaid was the bride’s niece, Zoe Gregerson, of Bolton, Mass.




The best man was the groom’s friend, Justin Bellucci, of Charlottesville. The groomsman was Stephen Rutherford of Charlottesville.

Music for the ceremony was provided by the Classical Strings Duo of Nevada City. Catering was provided by Family Affair Catering. Photography was by Robin Buckley Photography.

The couple honeymooned on Cape Cod and currently make their home in Lincoln, Mass.


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