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Heather Lyttle and Walter “Scotty” MacPherson IV

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HENDERSON HARBOR — Heather Lyttle and Walter “Scotty” MacPherson IV were married July 27 at the home of friends in Henderson Harbor with the Rev. Chad Clardie officiating and remarks made by the Rev. Walter S. MacPherson Jr., grandfather of the groom.

The bride is the daughter of Charles and Amy Lyttle, Rodman. The groom is the son of W. Scott III and Donna MacPherson, Alexandria Bay.

The bride wore a satin, pickup gown with veil, candy apple red sash and favorite pair of shoes. The groom wore a traditional black tuxedo with tie and vest to match the bride’s sash and his favorite pair of sneakers.

Mikayla Kelley Lyttle, Rodman, was her sister’s maid of honor. Bridal attendants were Bethany MacPherson Ramsey, Fort Sill, Okla., sister of the groom, and Michelle Matteson, Watertown, youth pastor of the bride and groom. Kate, Alyssa and Ashley Kelley, West Lafayette, Ind., cousins of the bride, Kendell, Trinity and Saige Bisbort, town of Adams, and Leah Matteson, Watertown, were flower girls.

Travis Nuffer, Rodman, was best man. Groom’s attendants were Kyle Mack, Utica, and Alex Pleskach, Fredonia. Jacob White, Chaumont, cousin of the bride, was ring bearer.

An hors d’oeuvres and cake reception followed the ceremony at Ives Retirement Community, Watertown, where the couple is employed while attending college. The couple spent their honeymoon in Charleston, S.C., followed by a week at DisneyWorld in Florida.

Mr. and Mrs. MacPherson reside in Adams.

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