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Lewis-White wedding

Lewis-White

Genevieve Caragan Lewis of Grass Valley and Steven James White of Cedar Ridge were married May 26 at the Nevada County Fairgrounds. The Honorable Judge Albert Dover officiated.

The bride is the daughter of Olga and Steve Lewis of Grass Valley. She is a 2003 graduate of Bear River High School and a 2007 graduate of Sierra College. She is currently studying for her registered nursing license.



The groom is the son of Janet and Jim White. He is an Eagle Scout and currently serves in the United States Navy Seabees as an equipment operator.

One hundred and fifty guests attended the ceremony. The bride carried an elegant light pink rose bouquet, which she made. Her dress was a strapless A-line ball gown with a light pink sash and bodice studded with Swarovski crystals. She carried an antique family handkerchief from the mid-1800s. The maid matron was Gena Jackson, a friend of the bride from Washington, D.C. The bridesmaid was Brianne Harris, a friend of the bride from Chico. The best man was Eric White of Cedar Ridge, brother of groom. The groomsman was Nolan Lewis, bother of the bride.




A buffet reception was held in the Multicultural Center, which was decorated by family and friends with dozens of pink roses. A four-tier cake with pink satin ribbon, made by the bride, was served. The disc jockey was George Rath of Grass Valley. Chris Harada was the photographer.

For their wedding trip, the married couple spent three days at Lake Tahoe. They will reside at the US Naval Base in Port Hueneme.


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