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Jacqueline Cipa and Ryan Crandall

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Jacqueline Cipa, Baltimore, a native of Pittsburgh, and Ryan Crandall, Baltimore, a native of Canton, were married at 4 p.m. June 15 outside of the Battlefield Bed and Breakfast Inn at Gettysburg, Pa., in a self-united Quaker ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Kevin and Andrea Cipa, Pittsburgh. The groom is the son and stepson of Sharon Crandall and Timothy Martin, Canton, and son of Ralph Crandall, Canton.

The bride wore a tea-length ochre dress with blue embroidered organza overlay and a coordinating ribbon veil, made by the bride’s mother. She carried a bouquet of yellow daisies, lavender, rosemary and herbs. The groom crafted both wedding bands by hand from aircraft-grade titanium.

Jessica Hildbold, Pittsburgh, was maid of honor and Heidi Patterson, Pittsburgh, was the bridesmaid.

Brandon Crandall, Canton, was his brother’s best man. Groomsman was Jonathan Peyton, Otis, Mass.

A barn reception was held at the Battlefield Bed and Breakfast Inn. The couple has delayed their honeymoon to save for their first home.

Ms. Cipa received a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, and a master’s degree in public health from the University of Pittsburgh. She is employed at the Centers for Medicaire and Medicaid Services, Baltimore.

Mr. Crandall received a bachelor’s degree in packaging science from Rochester Institute of Technology. He is employed by Becton Dickinson, Baltimore.

The couple resides in Baltimore.

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