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Winter ceremony united Lang and Foxwell

April 26, 2012
The Town Crier

The historical St. James Meeting House in Boardman Park provided the setting for the winter wedding ceremony of Megan Alison Lang and Tyler John Foxwell, both of Pittsburgh.

The Rev. Josh Miller from Church of the Ascension, Pittsburgh, officiated the afternoon ceremony December 28, 2011. An evening reception was held in their honor at the Davis Center in Fellows Riverside Garden, Mill Creek Park.

The bride is the daughter of David and Gwen Lang of Poland. Parents of the groom are Philip and Anda Foxwell of Higashikurume-shi, Tokyo, Japan.

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The bride wore her grandmothers 1953 wedding gown, which her mother also wore for her wedding. It featured Chantilly lace over nylon tulle and satin, the floor-length full skirt ending in a scalloped motif and the fitted bodice designed with a scalloped bertha at the low round neckline. During the reception the bride changed into an ivory slim charmeuse cocktail dress with chiffon detailing on the neckline and down the side with an elegant latte tie waist accent.

Alanna Foxwell-Barajas, sister of the groom, was the brides matron of honor. Marisa Foxwell, also sister of the groom was her bridesmaid. Bridal attendants wore matching mocha chiffon and charmeuse gowns with rounded necklines and carried clusters of ivory hydrangeas, ivory spray roses, and freesia adorned with pinecones. Eliza Loeks, cousin of the groom, was the flower girl. She wore a latte gown with pick-up skirt and a mocha tie at the waist. Her floral wreath headpiece of ivory spray roses and mini pinecones matched the brides wreath headpiece.

Jordan Foxwell, brother of the groom, served as best man. Kevin Lang, brother of the bride, served as groomsman.

Mrs. Foxwell graduated from Grove City College with a degree in chemistry and a minor in studio art. She is currently pursuing a master in the art of teaching from the University of Pittsburgh.

Mr. Foxwell graduated from Wheaton College with a degree in biology. He is employed by UPMC in Pittsburgh as a medical researcher in esophageal cancer.

Following a honeymoon to Laurel Highlands, the couple has made their home in Pittsburgh.



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