Emily Alyssa Hughes and Lt. Joseph Phillip Ragusa III were married June 29 at The Vines Mansion in Loganville. The Rev. Chuck Allen officiated the ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Frank and Jennifer Hughes of Grayson. She is a graduate of Brookwood High School and North Georgia College and State University and is employed with Gwinnett County Public Schools.

The groom is the son of Joe and Tammy Ragusa of Dacula and is a graduate of Buford High School and the University of Georgia. He is employed as a lieutenant in the United States Army.

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Natalie Douglass of Lawrenceville served as the maid of honor and Lauren Hughes Bagley of Savannah, served as the matron of honor.

Bridesmaids were Katherine Buono of Atlanta, Sarah Jordan of Norcross, Kacie Ragusa of Athens, Katie Fletcher and Kristen Ragusa, both of Lawrenceville.

Katelyn Ahern of Lawrenceville, Riley George of Suwanee and Cheyenne Ragusa of Lawrenceville all served as junior bridesmaids.

Joseph Ragusa II of Dacula served as the best man.

Groomsmen were Lt. Eric Bagley of Savannah, Robert Delaney of Atlanta, Kyle Neeley of Greer, S.C., Lt. Nathan Turk of Flowery Branch, Zach Woodard of Dalton, Cory Krackenburger and Lt. John Luke Whitmire, both of Dahlonega.

After a honeymoon at Wild Orchids Resort in Jamaica, the couple resides in Savannah.

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