Lauren Marie Mangin becomes bride of Bryce Mathew Sanor
Lauren Marie Mangin and Bryce Mathew Sanor were united in marriage during a 1 p.m. ceremony Nov. 11 at Holy Family Parish in Brillion, Wisc. The Rev. Father Timothy Brandt officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Norbert and Sandy Mangin of Reeseville, Wisc. The bridegroom’s parents are Grant and Karen Sanor of Homeworth.
Nuptial music was provided by Emma Sloma and Monica Stahl.
The bride wore a Vera Wang ivory fit and flare cut dress with keyhole back and fully beaded bodice accompanied by a cathedral veil. Wedding colors were dark red and gray.
The maid of honor was Rachel Freise. Bridesmaids were Jenny and Samantha Mangin, the bride’s sisters-in-law; Anna Nate; Ivy Voeltz; Kristen Kuechle; and Laura Rosenhammer.
Flower girls were Catherine and Charlotte Mangin, the bride’s nieces.
Serving as best man was Bryan Whinnery.
Groomsmen were Brandon and Justin Mangin, the bride’s brothers; Mark Crewson; Marcus Possage; Brett Braden; and Dominic Sacco.
Mark “Buck” Owen was an usher.
The ring bearer was Blake Mangin, the bride’s nephew.
A reception was held at Best Western Premier Bridgewood Resort in Neenah, Wisc., on Nov. 12 with 200 guests in attendance.
The couple honeymooned for seven days at Royal Resort in Playa del Carmen, Mexico.
The bride earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Kentucky in 2015. She is employed with DHI Cooperative in Columbus.
The bridegroom, a 2005 graduate of West Branch High School, is employed with Maple Valley Farm in Homeworth.
The newlyweds reside in North Georgetown.