Angela Aimee Rupp and Willis Marvin Carver were united in marriage on October 2, 2010 at St. Paul's United Methodist Church in Cherokee. The ceremony was presided over by Pastor Gregg Johnson of Crossroads Christian Church and the reception followed at the Marcus Community Center.
The bride wore a classic A-line silhouette white gown, a sweatheart cut strapless with a beaded empire waist and a train scalloped with lace and jewels. Her bouquet was made of two dozen white callalilies.
The maid of honor was Emma Wolterman, the bride's niece and the bride's sister, Ann Wolterman, was the matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Alecia Rapp, sister of the bride; Stephanie Thill, friend of the bride; and Ronda Carver, sister- in -law of the groom. Madison Rapp, the bride's niece, served as flower girl.
The best man was Joel Carver, the groom's brother, and groomsmen were Mike Scholten, Derek Hill, Robert Prunty, and Matt Dreckman, all friends of the groom. The couple had their four nephews serve as ring bearers, as Caleb Wolterman pulled a wagon with Mason Carver, Noah Rapp, and Nolan Carver snuggled inside. Ushers were Cory Wolterman and Adam Rapp, brothers- in- law of the bride, and Patrick Kohn and David Rupp, friends of the couple. The bride's personal attendant was her aunt, Diane Rupp.
Angela is a 2006 graduate of Cherokee Washington High School and a 2010 graduate of Buena Vista University and she is now employed as a second grade teacher for Pocahontas Area Community Schools.
Willis is a 2004 graduate of Marcus- Meriden- Cleghorn High School , and he is currently working for Denny's Service in Cherokee and is also a volunteer firefighter for the Cherokee Fire Department.
Following a honeymoon in Cancun, Mexico, the Carvers are making their home here in Cherokee.