Tristan Baker & Tamara Cronk

Tristan Baker and Tamara Cronk were married Saturday, Aug. 27, 2016, at The Inn at Old Silk Mill in Fredericksburg, Va.

Tristan attended Turner Ashby High School in Bridgewater, Va. He is a biomedical technician at Fresnius Medical Care in Fredericksburg, Va., and self-employed with TG Baker Electric. He is the son of Kay and Greg Baker of Harrisonburg, Va.

Tamara is a nursing graduate of Lord Fairfax Community College and is employed as a registered nurse for Fresnius Medical Care. She is the daughter of Michael and Melinda Cronk of Warrenton, Va.

The Maid and Matron of Honor were Tara Cronk of Warrenton, Va., and Trisha Guilmain of Bristow, Va., both sisters of the bride. Bridesmaids included Simge Yildirim of Arlington, Va., Sherri Boone of Deptford, N.J., Lucy Baker (a sister of the groom) of Roanoke, Va., Lottie Baker (a sister of the groom) of Washington, D.C., Kimberly Cookmeyer of Haymarket, Va., and Rhonda Bennett of Rixeyville, Va. Camille Jerlinski (a niece of the groom) of Harrisonburg, Va., was the flower girl.

The Best Man was Matt Servido of Fredericksburg, Va. Groomsmen included Arlo Baker (a brother of the groom) of Richmond, Va., Nate Servido of Fredericksburg, Va., Danny Warren of Fredericksburg, Va., Nathan Guilmain of Bristow, Va., Jason Bradshaw of Fredericksburg, Va., Alex Samuels of Warrenton, Va., and John Bennett of Rixeyville, Va.

Ushers were Ethan and Christian Diaz (nephews of the bride), both of Warrenton, Va.

The couple honeymooned in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.

The couple resides in Fredericksburg, Va.

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