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Webb, McInnis exchange vows
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Mr. and Mrs. Dan McInnis are presented following their outdoor wedding ceremony. The bride is the former Ruth Ann Webb.

Ruth Ann Webb became the bride of Dan McInnis in a ceremony Oct. 10 in Viola. Alan Northcutt officiated the 1 p.m. outdoor nuptials.
The bride is the daughter of the late Henry Richmond (Jack) and Dena Crawford Norton. Her husband is the son of the late James and Tressie Fults McInnis.
The brides’ sons, Richie and Joseph Webb, assisted their mother as she made her arrival on horseback.
She chose a white sleeveless, beaded satin floor-length gown, with a heavily embellished bodice. Her bridal bouquet consisted of red roses, sunflowers, red coffee berries, purple trillium and green dianthus. 
The aisles leading to the ceremony were lined with rustic wood logs, accented with Mason jars filled with yellow daisies. The improvised alter of rustic barn wood, was topped with a large arrangement of sunflowers, roses, purple gypsum and assorted greenery.
Diane Medley served her sister as her maid of honor. Their flower girls were granddaughters, Adyson Shay, Rhyleigh Webb and Harper Patrick. They were adorable in red chevron dresses personalized with their initials, and each wore black cowgirl boots.
Grandson Kylan Mantooth served as the ring bearer.
Mr. McInnis was assisted by best man Stanley Hitchcock, and groomsman Noah Medley.
Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the couple’s home. A catered dinner of chicken and rice, green beans, twice baked potatoes and rolls were enjoyed by the 135 guests.
A four-tiered red velvet, vanilla and strawberry cake with buttercream icing was the focal point of the reception. The groom’s cake was a Sun Drop cake with buttercream icing in the shape of a Hoosier tire.
The new Mrs. McInnis is employed with the Warren County School System, and her husband owns and operates McInnis Trucking and McInnis Sawmill.