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Young and MacPherson Wed in Montauk

Thu, 02/02/2023 - 07:51

Laura Elizabeth MacPherson and Russell Edward Young of East Hampton were married on Jan. 21 at St. Therese of Lisieux Catholic Church in Montauk with the Rev. Liam McDonald officiating. A reception followed at Scoville Hall in Amagansett.

The bride is a secretary for the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals. The groom is an ordinance enforcement officer for the town. The couple met at the former Service Station restaurant here.

Her parents are Brenda and Mark MacPherson of East Hampton; his are Theresa and Robert Young Sr., also of East Hampton. His grandparents Anne and Russell Field live in Amagansett.

The bride’s maid of honor was Chelsea Horner, and her bridesmaids were Heather MacPherson, her sister; Kristin MacPherson, her sister-in-law; Melissa Meyer, her cousin; Samantha Young, the groom’s sister; her niece Isabelle MacPherson, and Nikki Forsberg, Gabrielle Mancino, and Delia Maher. The flower girls were the bride’s nieces Ruby and Winnie MacPherson and the groom’s nieces Brianna and Alanna Young.

The bride wore a customized Allure Mikado satin ball gown with beaded lace appliqué and illusion sleeves with lace appliqué and an elegant cathedral-length train accented with crystal beading. She carried a bouquet of white roses, white ranunculus, white peonies, silver Brunia, and dusty miller. Her attendants wore Morilee chiffon gowns in a deep-sea color and carried similar bouquets.

Mr. Young’s best man was Dylan Dombrowski. His groomsmen were his brothers, Robert Young Jr. and Tyler Young, the bride’s brother, Matthew MacPherson, his cousin Jack Bradley, and Albert Fierro and Jon Ryan Kelly.

There were readings by the groom’s cousins Erin Cadger and Jeffrey Cadger and by Ms. MacPherson, the bride’s sister-in-law. Faith Mulvaney sang during the ceremony.

The couple are honeymooning in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.


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