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Christopher Barry & Sharlet Swenson

Swenson - Barry
Sharlet Kamille Swenson and Christopher Troy Barry were married on December 28, 2013 at Jardín Doña María in Antigua, Guatemala by Dr. Sherry Miller. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at San Jose el Viejo Ruins. On the eve of the ceremony, a rehearsal dinner was hosted at Boutique Hotel El Convento.
Kamille is the daughter of Kathryn S. Swenson of Stillwater, Oklahoma and Stephen and Suzanne Swenson of Parker, Colorado. She is the granddaughter of Larry and Edna Swenson of Clinton, Missouri and the late Leslie R. and Iona Stephens of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Chris is the son of Nancy Barry, of Dallas, Texas and Edward and Melinda Barry of Mansfield, Texas. He is the grandson of the late Joe and Carolyn Barry of San Antonio, Texas and the late John and Jean Boyle of Dallas, Texas.
The bride wore an elegant lace gown designed by Maggie Sottero. She wore a vintage cameo belonging to her grandmother, Iona Stephens and her engagement ring belonging to the groom's grandmother, Jean Boyle. Serving as her Matron of Honor was Emily Swenson Davis.
Bridesmaids included Fauna Shaw, Lauren Barry, Annalisa Liberman, Kristen Wallace, and Brittany Zwickl. Groomsmen were Kevin Littleton, Dave Bowker, Bart Galindo, Parker Dolezal, Jay Leybourn, and Garrett Inman. Ushers were Cody Davis and Greg Bennett.
Kamille is a 2002 graduate of Stillwater High School and a 2006 graduate of The University of Colorado where she was a member of Chi Omega sorority and majored in Spanish. She currently works at Uxibal in Antigua, Guatemala. Chris is a 2003 graduate of Lake Highlands High School and a 2007 graduate of Yale University where he played four years on the football team and majored in Political Science. He is currently serving as the Director of the Central American Healthcare Initiative. The couple met in 2009 while serving in the Peace Corps in Guatemala. Following a honeymoon in Argentina and Uruguay the couple will reside in Antigua, Guatemala.

Published in the Dallas Morning News on February 9, 2014