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Bainbridge couple exchange vows

Chelsea Anne Green and James Mario Minola exchanged vows on July 20 in Chipping Campden, England. - Photo courtesy of Chelsea Minola
Chelsea Anne Green and James Mario Minola exchanged vows on July 20 in Chipping Campden, England.
— image credit: Photo courtesy of Chelsea Minola

Chelsea Anne Green and James Mario Minola were married July 20, 2013 at St. James’ Church in Chipping Campden, England. Vicar Reverend David Cannon Cook officiated the ceremony.

The bride, 32, is taking her husband’s name. She graduated from Pratt Institute and has a graduate degree from the Rhode Island School of Design. She is also a graduate of Bainbridge Island High School.

The bride is the daughter of Martha Craft Fouts of Dallas, Texas and John Henry Green of Bainbridge Island. She is the stepdaughter of Marleen Annette Martínez also of Bainbridge Island.

The groom, 30, studied engineering at the University of Washington and boat building at the Landing School in Arundel, Maine before graduating from the Rhode Island School of Design.

He is the son of Patricia Joanne Minola and John Mario Minola of Bainbridge Island.

The bride and groom met while working on a design project in Guatemala as students at the Rhode Island School of Design. The couple are founders and partners of Grain, a design studio based on Bainbridge Island, where they will continue to make their home.

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