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Lacy J. Reinhart, of Homer, and Benjamen Wilcox, of Medford, Ore., were married on Sept. 23 at the historic Capitol Inn Bed and Breakfast in Juneau, in a ceremony performed by Linda Wendeborn. A reception followed at the historic Bergmann Hotel.
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The bride is the daughter of Steve Reinhart and Julie Bailey. Prior to moving to Juneau in 2004 to work for the state of Alaska, she worked in Anchorage for Sen. Lisa Murkowski's campaign.
The groom is the son of Phil and Kathi Wilcox. For the past 12 years, he has lived and worked in the service industry in Juneau.
The bride's attendents were Erica Maynard, of Anchorage, Jennifer Pacillo-Reinhart Baker, of Chugiak, Heather Reinhart, of Anchorage, and Dana Ford, of Dallas. The bride was escorted into the garden by her father and her "little maid of honor," her 4-year-old daughter, Grace Walli. The bride wore a 1920s-style wedding dress with a custom 1920s replica headpiece made by her good friend Leah Svetlich, with 20s-styled bouquet made by Dr. Amy Dressel.
The best man was the groom's father. They wore black morning suits, complete with top hats.
Over 150 family and friends from Alaska, Texas, Oregon and Washington states were among those in attendance. Out-of -town guests included the bride's mother, Julie Bailey, and stepfather, David Cormany, of Anchorage; the bride's stepmother, Susan Pacillo, of Anchorage; the bride's father, Steve Reinhart, of Marysville, Wash.; the groom's parents; the bride's brother-in-law, Patrick Baker, of Chugiak; Grace's grandmother, Marie Walli, of Homer, and aunt, Erica Walli, of Anchorage.
A honeymoon to France is planned for the near future.