Sheree Ann Lane, daughter of Mr. Howard A. Lane of Arlington, Va. and the American Embassy at San Salvador and Martha Lane of Panama, was married August 16 in the Arlington United Methodist Church to Herbert Federhen, V, son of Col. (USA, ret.) and Mrs. Herbert M. Federhen, IV of Arlington, Va. and Kingston, N.H. The Rev. Beverly Watkins of Danville, Va. officiated at the five o'clock ceremony with Dr. Holly Oberle on the harpsichord. The reception was held at Gadsby's Tavern where guest were entertained by the Ancient Orphic Myster Band and a marimba ensemble.
The bride's dress of pleated white cotton and lace tiers was handmade in Guatemala. Her bouquet of daisies, baby's breath and carnations matched her floral headpiece. Ann Dial served her cousin as maid of honor and Deborah and Cynthia Federhen sisters of the groom were bridesmaids. The attendant's Guatemalian gowns were handwoven in the empire style with needlepoint bodices in shades of violet, pimento and teal blue. Each carried a long stemmed bouquet of daisies and baby carnations. Craig Federhen was best man and the bride's brothers, Eric and Carlos A. Lane ushered in pale blue embroidered Panamanian dress shirts.
The bride is a graduate of George Washington University with a BA in Latin American studies and has recently returned from Copan, Honduras where she was on the supervisory staff of an archeological dig. Mr. Federhen graduated from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he was a member of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity, and is presently completing his master's in computer science at the University of Maryland.
After a wedding trip through New England and Canada, the couple will reside in the Washington area.