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Published: Wednesday, 1/6/2010

ATT: Wedding bells ring during the holidays

Newlyweds Ed and Sally Reams with his father, Frazier Reams, Jr. Newlyweds Ed and Sally Reams with his father, Frazier Reams, Jr.
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Wedding bells rang in T-town over the holidays.

Former Toledoans fell in love outside their hometown but came home for their wedding and the holidays. Ed Reams and Sally Dennis-Bridge tied the knot Nov. 28 in the Perrysburg home of his parents, Susan and Frazier Reams, Jr. Mr. Reams, an attorney, received a special appointment as judge so that he could officiate at his son's wedding.

The bride, a nationally known fashion designer turned furniture designer, wore her own creation, a bone-white shirtwaist dress of organza silk with pewter damask designs, accented with lilac satin Prada shoes and a pewter handmade belt of ribbons, leaves, and feathers. Of course, the real accent was the bridegroom in a black cashmere suit and lilac tie. The Toledo connection is that she attended Springfield High School and he attended Ottawa Hills High School, although they didn't know each other back then. The newlyweds have returned to their Newport, R.I., home.

Ashley and JD Rasmussen after their Newport Beach, Calif., wedding. Ashley and JD Rasmussen after their Newport Beach, Calif., wedding.
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ASHLEY Eckel and JD Rasmussen were married Dec. 19 in Newport Beach Church of Latter-Day Saints Temple with a reception in Villa Park, Calif. Then they came here for a reception Dec. 29 at Sylvania Country Club. The bride is the daughter of Cory and Karen Eckel of Perrysburg, and the bridegroom is the son of Doug and Jayme Rasmussen of Villa Park. After a Palm Springs, Calif., honeymoon, the newlyweds returned to their Orem, Utah, home, where they both attend Brigham Young University.

Contact Barbara Hendel at:

bhendel@theblade.com

or 419-724-6124.




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