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Samuel Sedory & Danielle Kutz

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Sedory-Kutz Danielle Cecily Kutz and Samuel Richard Erhardt Sedory were married June 22, 2019. The traditional ceremony was held at Wilton Castle in Enniscorthy, Ireland. The bride is the daughter of Paul and Sue Kutz of Rock Hill, S.C. She is the granddaughter of Horace Britt of Fayetteville, N.C. The bride graduated from Northwestern High School in Rock Hill and from Clemson University where she graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor's degree in communications studies. She works for Simon Property Group as assistant director of marketing and business development at Charlotte's SouthPark Mall. The groom is the son of Richard and Michelle Sedory, formerly of Pittsburgh, Penn., who now reside in Charlotte. He is the grandson of June Bauer and of Laverne Sedory of Pittsburgh where Sam attended Wexford High School. He graduated from Clemson University's Calhoun Honors College with a bachelor's degree in industrial engineering. Sam works as operational excellence manager for Charlotte-based Wastequip, LLC. Maid of Honor was Holly Rankin Martinez of Charlotte. Bridesmaids were Katie Richardson Summersett of Greenville, S.C.; Nicole Rankin of Charlotte; Ashley Young of Rock Hill; and, Holly Sedory of Charlotte. The Best Man was Gus Manke of Charleston, S.C. Groomsmen were Alec Yenawine of Washington, D.C.; Justin Olshavsky of Berkeley, Calif.; Justin Peck of Greenville, S.C.; and, Jonathan Litoff of Houston, Tex. The wedding party stayed at Wilton Castle, and the ceremony was held in the adjacent 13th century ruins. It was officiated by Rev. David Conkey of Enniscorthy Presbyterian Church. The bride was escorted by her father and given in marriage by her parents. The bride and groom's mothers read selected scriptures. The bride wore a ball gown of ivory satin with a strapless sweetheart neckline and a chapel length train. She carried a bouquet of traditional white Irish flowers and parrot tulips. She also wore a sapphire ring that was presented by her father to her mother on the day Danielle was born. Wedding music included selections performed by a cellist and violinist during the ceremony and reception. Guests enjoyed a formal dinner hosted by the bride's parents inside the venue, followed by speeches and the cake cutting. The wedding party danced to pop and traditional Irish music performed by a live band. The guests then were escorted to a pub in Enniscorthy to complete the celebration. The bride's parents hosted a barbeque on the castle grounds following the Friday rehearsal. The newlyweds honeymooned in Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia along the Adriatic Sea coast. They now reside in Charlotte. The groom's parents, Richard and Michelle Sedory, hosted a reception with dinner and dancing in September at The Club at Longview to honor the newlyweds.

Published in The Herald on September 29, 2019

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