Wednesday, July 2, 2014
Allison Leigh Montei and Matthew Ryan Lotz, both of Summerville, wed on June 28 at the Summerall Chapel of The Citadel in Charleston.
The bride was given away by her father, Mr. Michael Robert Montei. Dr. Joe Wren officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Robert Montei. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Farris Bush McCarty and the late Mr. Major Van McCarty ofLexington, S.C., and of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Robert Montei of Fort Lee, Va.
The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Edward Lotz. He is the grandson of Mrs. Elizabeth Ross Deegan and the late Mr. Robert Deegan of Summerville, and of Mr. and Mrs. John Gilbert Lotz and the late Mrs. Marie Schmeidecke Lotz of Pittsburgh, Penn.
Sarah Anne Montei was the maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Justine Cohen-Bolduc from Boston, Mass., Miss Shawn Lindsey Boyd of Summerville, Mrs. Jessica Keller Gilmer of Dallas, Ga., Mrs. Melissa Katerina Hancox of Cleveland, Ohio, Miss Laura Elizabeth Johnson of Summerville and Mrs. Ashley Migioia Richardson of Greenville, S.C. The bridesmaids wore full length, navy chiffon dresses.
Peyton Riley Williams of Summerville was the flower girl.
Tyler James Lotz of Summerville was the best man. Groomsmen Joshua David Blackburn of Aviano, Italy, Giorgio Maximus Caporaletti of Aviano, Italy, William Legare Duke of Summerville, Andrew Carr Inabinet of Summerville, Anthony John Martin of Summerville and Gregory Joseph Rutland of Summerville.
Gianni Roberto Caporaletti of Aviano, Italy was the ring bearer.
The bride wore a slim, A-line gown with a strapless bodice featuring a ruched organza sweetheart neckline. The dress included a satin band with Swarovski crystals with a lace gown.
The bride is a 2007 graduate of Summerville High School. She is employed by Sentinel Corporation in Summerville.
The bridegroom is a 2007 graduate of Summerville High School. He is employed with the United States Air Force in Aviano, Italy. The couple will honeymoon in Puerto Morelos, Mexico. They will make their home in Aviano, Italy.
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