BERLIN, N.H. – The wedding of Tia C. Martin and Brian M. Wilson was held at 4 p.m. on Aug. 7 at Harvest Christian Fellowship Church in Berlin, N.H. Pastor Thomas Flint officiated at the ceremony. Linda Levesque played wedding music on the keyboard. The ceremony included a special prayer of blessing for the couple by their parents.

Mrs. Wilson is the daughter of Joseph and Debbie Martin of Berlin, N.H. Her paternal grandparents are Joseph and Denise (Tardiff) Martin of Berlin, N.H., and maternal grandparents are Arthur and Arlene (Brown) Tanguay of Gorham, N.H.

Mr. Wilson is the son of Ian Wilson of Berlin, N.H., and Betty and Ricky Tanguay of Gorham, N.H. His paternal grandmother is Ena Wilson of Berlin, N.H.

The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a strapless ivory full-length gown featuring an arrangement of three roses on the back of the gown embroidered with pearls and sequins. She carried a bouquet of ivory roses and wine colored Aster lilies.

The maid of honor was Kristen Blais of Berlin, N.H., and bridesmaids were Missy Nolin, Laurie Landry, Jessie Laflamme, Jen Roberge, Hayley Tanguay and Bridget Gagne. Flower girls were Danielle and Paige Martin, cousins of the bride.

The best man was Adam Woodall of Franklin, N.H., and ushers were Justin Tempke, Cody Martin, Chris Laflamme, Jason Farren, Matt Charest and Pat Petrie. Zachary Farren and Cameron Laflamme were ring bearers.

A reception followed at the Town and Country Motor Inn in Shelburne, N.H. Janet Tanguay, aunt of the bride, decorated the church and reception hall. Pam Pelchat made a one-of-a-kind four-tier wedding cake decorated with an assortment of mauve and wine lilies and colored water fountain.

The couple traveled to Boston for a honeymoon and attended a Red Sox game at Fenway Park. They are residing in Berlin, N.H.

The bride is a 2002 graduate of Berlin High School and is employed at Mountain View Grand Resort in Whitefield in the spa, as a massage therapist.

The bridegroom is a 1999 graduate of Berlin High School and is employed at Smith and Town Printers of Berlin, N.H.


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