Denton-Hirsig wedding |

Denton-Hirsig wedding

Trina Denton and Alex Hirsig, both of Long Island City, New York, were married Sept. 9 at the Nevada City United Methodist Church. The service was conducted by the groom’s uncle, the Rev. Wes Falk of Wisconsin. Approximately 200 guests attended the ceremony and barbecue reception at the bride’s parents’ home. Special guests traveled from Wisconsin, England, Illinois, New York and Arizona to attend the ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Craig and Carol Denton of Nevada City. She is a graduate of California State University, San Diego, with degrees in geography and genetic biology. She is employed at Harvard University.

The bridegroom is the son of Ray and Vickie Hirsig of Roseville. He is a graduate of Cal-Poly, with a degree in architecture and art. He is currently working towards a master’s degree at Harvard University.

The bride wore an ivory-colored silk floor-length dress by J. Crew. She carried a bouquet of white roses, blue hydrangeas, Bells of Ireland and delphiniums.

The bridesmaids were Sarah Johnson of Camino, Desiree Herd of San Diego, Kelly Carr of San Francisco and Sage Zimmerman of Colfax.

The best man was the groom’s brother, Pete Hirsig of Dixon.

The groomsmen were the bride’s brother, Kris Denton of Nevada City; Adrian Stroh of Elk Grove; Golan Hod of New York and Jeremy Bishop of Seattle, Wash.

Music was provided by the band, Spirit Rising, of Nevada City.

The song “Give Yourself to Love” was performed by Craig Denton and Fran Rahn.

The photographer was Ron Sanchez.

The couple lives in Cambridge, Mass.

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