Newlyweds Revisit Belhurst

Pictured are Kyle and Erica (Main) Dawson.

(Chittenango, NY – Nov. 2012) Keeping a wedding day commitment, Kyle and Erica (Main) Dawson spent their first anniversary revisiting the beauty and splendor of the Belhurst Castle and Estate Winery on the shores of Seneca Lake in Geneva. The Romanesque Revival style stone mansion was the site of the reception and lodging for guests following an afternoon exchange of their marriage vows last Nov. 5, 2011, at nearby First Presbyterian Church in Geneva.

The bride is the daughter of Richard and Elaine Main of Chittenango. The groom is the son of Kevin and Michelle Dawson of Williamsburg, Va. Erica is a 2005 graduate of Chittenango High School and received her bachelor’s degree in graphic design from RIT.

She is currently a graphic designer at Willow Group Ltd. while pursuing her masters in art education at RIT. Kyle is a graduate of Essex High School in Vermont and earned a bachelor’s degree in MIS from RIT. He is a Mitigation Team Manager at ShoreTel Cloud Division. The couple currently resides in Spencerport.

Given in marriage by her parents and escorted by her father, the bride wore a sweetheart trumpet-style gown with a section of her mother’s wedding day veil. The maid of honor was Amanda Sisti, friend of the bride.

Bridesmaids were Erin Main, sister of the bride, and friends Kristy Phelps Rodriguez and Nicole Scuteri. The best man was friend Mark Frisicano. Groomsmen were Chris Somers, Eric Wavrek and Jesse Kling, all friends of the groom.

Norah and Patrick Kaufman, cousins of the groom, were flower girl and ringbearer.

Following an evening reception and stay at the romantic Belhurst, the couple departed the next day for a two-week honeymoon in the Hawaiian Islands.

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