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Gravenstein-Kalstein wedding

Elizabeth A. Gravenstein and Bradford J. Kalstein, both of Sacramento, were married July 14 at the Blessed Sacramento Church in Elk Grove. The service was conducted by the Rev. Lou Nichols.

The bride, a Nevada Union High School graduate, is the daughter of Martin and Melinda Gravenstein of Nevada City. She attends California State University, Sacramento, and is studying interior design.

The bridegroom, also an NU graduate, is the son of Michael Kalstein of Grass Valley and Toni and Joe Mashett of Australia. He attends California State University, Sacramento, as a business major.



The bride wore a strapless gown with lace overlay and pearl trim, and floor-length veil with blusher. She carried a bouquet of calla lilies, roses, magnolia leaves and eucalyptus.

The matron of honor was the bride’s sister, Megan Wood of San Jose.




The bridesmaids were the bride’s sisters, Emily Gravenstein and Audrey Gravenstein, both of Nevada City, and the bride’s aunt, Erica Gravenstein of Colorado Springs, Colo.

The best man was Dustin Kersieck of San Francisco.

The groomsmen were Tennyson Wilson of San Francisco; the groom’s brother, Ellis Mashett of Australia, and the bride’s brother-in-law, Daniel Wood of San Jose.

Special guests included the bride’s grandparents, Howard and Beth Collett and George and Carol Gravenstein; the groom’s grandmothers, Adele Kalstein and Kay Mashett, and the groom’s stepfather, Joe Mashett.

The couple honeymooned in Australia and New Zealand.

They live in Sacramento.


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