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Shulse-Seely Wedding

Heidi Ann Shulse of Nevada City and Mark Garrett Seely, formerly of Needham, Mass., and currently of Nevada City, were married May 12 in the Shakespeare Garden in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. The Rev. Jack Bacon, of Grass Valley officiated.

The bride is the daughter of John and Ann Shulse of Nevada City and a graduate of Nevada Union High School and Santa Clara University. She is currently employed as a legal assistant in Auburn.

The groom is the son of Meg Albert of Wareham, Mass., and Gerald Seely of Newburyport, Mass. He is a graduate of Catholic Memorial High School in West Roxbury, Mass., and recently separated from the Air Force after 10 years of service.



One hundred and fifty guests attended the wedding. The bride wore a tea-length dress made of silk, which she helped design. She also designed her birdcage veil, adorned with stylish white feathers. There were five bridesmaids, including the groom’s sister, Erin Seely of Massachusetts, and Sadie Wight and Katy Janes of Nevada County. The groom’s five attendants were all long-time school friends from Massachusetts. The bride’s cousins, Christy and Adrian Estabrook of Yuba City, played violins. The reception was held at the Park Chalet in San Francisco.

The married couple will soon move to Boston, where the bride will attend Suffolk University School of Law, and the groom will work for General Dynamics.


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