Jennifer L. Coirin, the daughter of Kenneth and Robin Coirin of Caroga Lake, was united in marriage to James D. Phillips, the son of the late Clarence and Marie Phillips of Randall, at 5:30 p.m. Oct. 8, 2011.
A Renaissance themed ceremony took place at the Beardslee Castle, Little Falls, Herkimer County. The Rev. Brian Dykema, pastor of the Johnstown Reformed Church, officiated.
The bride was escorted by her father.
James and Jennifer Phillips
The matron of honor was Marina Wemple of Johnstown. The bridal attendants were Johanna McCord of Fort Johnson, Dara Lamphere of Gloversville, Emmilee and Viktoria Phillips of Gloversville, both daughters of the bridegroom. The junior bridesmaid was Morgan Phillips of Gloversville, daughter of the bridegroom. The flower girl was Grace Coirin of Niskayuna, niece of the bride.
The best man was Robert J. Phillips of Amsterdam, brother of the bridegroom. The groomsmen were Edward Lovell of Rockton, Mass., cousin of the bridegroom; Steven Coirin of Niskayuna, brother of the bride; Kory Phillips of Johnstown, nephew of the bridegroom; Dean Coirin of Colonie, Albany County, brother of the bride. The junior groomsman was Griffin Coirin of Niskayuna, nephew of the bride.
The readings were done by Mitchell Coirin, nephew of the bride; Heather Coirin, niece of the bride, both of Colonie; and Maryann Reppenhagen of Gloversville.
A reception for 144 guests took place at the Beardslee Castle.
A mini wedding trip took place in Cape Cod, Mass. The couple is planning a future wedding trip to Hawaii. The couple resides in Gloversville.