WILTON – Nancy Lynn Romines and Kenneth Norton Walters were joined in holy matrimony on April 3 at the United Methodist Church in Wilton. The officiating minister was the Rev. Kathryn McGregor.

The bride was escorted by Robert Beal, life-long friend of the bride and companion of her mother. She was given in marriage by her mother, Barbara Romines and Mr. Beal.

Matron of honor was Carol Whittemore, sister of the bride, and best man was Tom Walters, brother of the bridegroom. Tabitha Tibbetts, neighbor and friend of the couple, was flower girl and Caleb Walters, nephew of the bridegroom, was the ring bearer.

Vickie Livermore, longtime friend of the bride, was pianist for the ceremony. An a cappella vocal solo of “Amazing Grace,” was sung by Debbie Hiltz, also a longtime friend of the bride.

The couple exchanged both traditional and personally written vows in their double ring ceremony.

A reception, held at the Wilson Grange Hall in East Wilton, immediately followed the 11 a.m. service. Guests enjoyed a buffet luncheon, followed by a wedding cake, which was created by Mrs. Hiltz.

A rehearsal dinner was hosted by the bridegroom’s parents, Philip and Edith Walters at the Fortune Foundation Restaurant on Friday evening. Attending were the wedding party, as well as guests from New York, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania.

The couple spent their honeymoon at the White Mountains. They are residing in Wilton.

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