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Molly Briggs - Doug Rowley
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Molly Briggs of Grass Valley and Doug Rowley of Roseville were married Sept. 28 at Wietstock’s Pavilion. The ceremony was conducted by Carney Briggs, the bride’s father.

The bride, a 2001 graduate of Bear River High School, is the daughter of Marsha and Carney Briggs of Grass Valley. She is employed at Wolf Mountain Day Spa.



The groom, a 2001 graduate of California State University at Sacramento, is the son of Donna and Brian Rowley of Dorrington. He is employed at State Farm Insurance.

The bride wore a white formal gown with a cathedral-length veil. She carried a bouquet of red roses, as well as the same handkerchief carried by her mother and grandmother at their weddings.




The maid of honor was Stacy Osburn of Auburn.

The bridesmaids were Moriah Shores of Rocklin; Sarah Modgling of Auburn; Liah Jones of Grass Valley; Brandi Ehlers of Chico; Fran Rowley, the groom’s sister-in-law, of Lodi; and the bride’s cousin, Tifany DeGough of Rocklin.

The flower girl was Kelli McGuffin, age 3, of Marysville.

The ring bearers were Carter Briggs, 2, of Grass Valley and Gavin Shores, 1, of Rocklin.

The best man was the groom’s father, Brian Rowley of Dorrington.

The groomsmen were Chris Rowley, the groom’s brother, of Lodi; Kyle Briggs, the bride’s brother, of Malibu; Scott Shores of Rocklin; Don McGuffin of Marysville; Shaun Wackerly, the bride’s cousin, of Rocklin; and Earl Wackerly, the bride’s uncle, of Rocklin.

The ushers were Todd Tucker and Shaun Tucker, both of Vallejo; Jake DeGough of Grass Valley; and Caleb DeGough of Rocklin.

Approximately 220 guests attended the wedding and buffet reception.

Special guests included the groom’s great aunt, Donna Edwards.

The guest book attendant was Claire Long.

The photographer was Gregg Cobarr.

The couple honeymooned on Kauai.

They live in Roseville.


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