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Breanna Blackwell-Jason Deschaine
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Breanna Marie Blackwell and Jason John Deschaine, both of Rough and Ready, were married Sept. 7 at the Rough and Ready Ranch.

The bride, a 1998 Nevada Union High School graduate, is the daughter of Sherri and Steve Fidler of Rough and Ready. She attends California State University at Chico, and works for Nevada County’s Office of Special Education.

The groom, a 1995 NUHS graduate, is the son of Melody and John Deschaine of Rough and Ready. He is a graduate of Butte College and is self-employed.

The bride wore a Mon Cher gown, full length with spaghetti straps, trimmed with pearls, lace and sequins. The hair ornament was handmade by the bride’s mother-in-law and secured a fingertip veil. A pearl and diamond necklace and earring set, given to her by her parents, completed the ensemble. She carried spring flowers.

The maid of honor was Tracee Allen. The bridesmaid was Nicollete Crites.

The best man was Ty Deschaine. The groomsman was Ryan Coe. The usher was Brent Blackwell.

Approximately 150 guests, including friends and family from out of state, attended the ceremony and buffet reception. The three-tier cake was decorated with fresh flowers.

The guest book attendant was Alexandria Waldron.

The couple lives in Grass Valley.

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