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DeCesare — Dugas

Posted: January 29, 2012 1:30 a.m.
Updated: January 29, 2012 1:30 a.m.

Chrissie and Todd Dugas

 

Chrissie DeCesare and Todd Dugas were joined in marriage on Oct. 15 at The Houstonian Hotel and Spa in Houston, Texas. A double ring ceremony was presided over by the Revered Ron Ramey.


The bride is daughter of Val and Russ Tippy and James DeCesare of Saugus and the granddaughter of Dorothy Smith of Valencia and Betty Tippy of Florida.


The groom is the son of Edward and Elena Dugas of Humble, Texas and the grandson of Robert and Shirley Dugas of Louisana.


The bride, given in marriage by James DeCesare and Russ Tippy, wore a Ramona Keveza bridal gown with a crystal belt. Her hair was adorned with two floral crystal combs and a long veil. She carried a bouquet of her favorite flower — Dendrobium Orchids mixed with mini Calla Lilies. She wore her great-grandmother’s engagement broach as her “something old.”


Nancy Anthony of Conroe, Texas served as Maid of Honor.


Bridesmaids were  Haley Fergen of Dallas, Stacie Johnson of Dallas, Kim Rose of the Houston area, Holly Levering of the Houston area and Delanie Dugas, the sister of the groom, from Humble, Texas.


The Best Man was Stormy McFarland of Texas.


Groomsmen were the groom’s brother Gerard Dugas of Humble, Texas, the bride’s brother Brian Tippy of Saugus and Jeremy, Kip and Mike, friends of the groom.


A reception for 150 guests that attended from six states and included the bride’s cousin from Scotland was held at The Houstonian Hotel and Spa. 


Divisi Strings provided the music and the wedding photographer was Justin Trapp Studios.


The bride is a graduate of Saugus High School in Saugus and of Texas Women’s University. She owns a dog training business.


The groom is a graduate of Humble High School in Humble, Texas, and Texas A&M University.


He is employed as an Environmental Solutions Project Manager.


The couple honeymooned in Aruba. They will make their home in Houston, Texas.

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