ENOSBURG — On Sunday, Sept. 8, 2013, at the Sunset Ballroom in South Burlington, Tammy Gendron and Todd LaPan were united in marriage. The ceremony took place on the terrace overlooking the breathtaking view of Shelburne Bay. It was a beautiful day and the love was endless.
The bride was escorted down the aisle and given away by Kody and Nicholas LaPan, sons of the groom. Kerri Gendron, daughter of the bride, was the maid of honor. Melinda LaPan, sister of the groom, Cindy Elliot, aunt of the groom, Courtney Billado, niece of the bride and Carlene Blair and Christine Cooper, best friends of the bride were bridesmaids.
The ring bearers were Logan and Kaegen Gendron, grandsons of the bride. Kris Gendron, son of the bride, escorted his son and Logan down the aisle. Britney Elliot, cousin of the groom, was the flower girl. The best man was Kevin Bean, best friend of the groom. Ernie Clark, uncle of the groom, Aaron Maishia, cousin of the bride, Steve Reynolds, Charles Tinker and Matt Smith, close friends of the bride and groom were groomsmen.
Music was provided by Moonlight Entertainment. Photography was done by Cathy Chamberlan. The cake was made by Sweetie Pies, flowers by Lady L. and friend of the bride and groom Chuck Benjamin captured it all on video.
The couple took a short honeymoon to Hampton Beach but will go back on their dream honeymoon to Hawaii and then the Bahamas in the spring. The groom works at Rock Tenn as a machine operator and the bride works for Northwestern Counseling and Support Services. They make their home in Enosburg Falls.