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Libby Kiser of San Diego, Calif., and Cory Scott of San Diego, Calif., were united in marriage Sept. 2, 2012, at A Hundred Acres Orchard & Market in Princeton by Forrest Turpen. Nuptial music was provided by Jim Blucker, organist; Alicia Hamilton, vocalist; and Vince Gelsomino, trumpeter.

The bride is the daughter of Steve and Marty Kiser of Princeton. The groom is the son of Terry and Jill Scott of Princeton, and Tim and Sandy Kuhn of Princeton.

The bride wore a strapless, floor-length gown of egg shell chiffon over satin, featuring an empire waist and cinched at the bodice with an antique broach featuring a string of rhinestones. She wore an antique bracelet and vintage multi-hoop earrings. She carried her maternal grandmother’s wedding handkerchief and a special coin from the groom’s mother. Her flowers were peach roses and baby’s breath in a nose gay cinched in white satin ribbon.

Rachel Kiser and Sarah Scruggs, sisters of the bride, were the maid and matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Tara Scott, sister of the groom, Amy Pinter, friend of the bride, and Jaime Kuhn, sister of the groom. Alice and Violet Scruggs, nieces of the bride, were the flower girls. Alice was also the ring bearer.

All of the attendants wore dresses of their own choice in shades of tan, cream, grey and peach. They all carried nosegays of white roses. The flower girls wore matching white lace dresses with peach flowers in their hair. The dress Alice wore had been worn by her grandmother, Marty Kiser, when she was a little girl.

Brandon Dober, brother of the groom, served as best man. Groomsmen were Luke Perry, friend of the groom, Kevin Scruggs, brother-in-law of the bride, and Jason Campbell, friend of the groom. Jerry Lanham and Tony Woolley, friends of the couple, were ushers.

The couple was honored at a reception A Hundred Acres Orchard & Market. Music was provided by Vince Gelsomino and Phaze.

The couple has made their home in San Diego, California. A short wedding trip to Palm Springs was enjoyed recently, but the couple is planning a larger trip at a later date.

The bride graduated from Princeton High School in 2001 and received a bachelor’s degree in studio art and art history from the University of Iowa in 2006. She is employed by Art Works San Diego in San Diego, Calif.

The groom graduated from Princeton High School in 2001 and received a bachelor’s degree in graphic arts from St. Ambrose University. He is employed by CS Design and Professionals’ Choice in San Diego, Calif., as a graphic designer.

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