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Grigsby-Warfield Wedding

Jenny Lynn Grigsby and Damien Shawn Warfield, both of Gridley, were married May 19 at Magnolia Mansion in Palermo. Pastor Terry Johnson officiated.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. John Jay Grigsby and Mark and Darlene Bridgman of Greenville. The bride is a 2000 graduate of Greenville Junior/Senior High School, a 2003 graduate of Butte College in dental radiology, and a 2005 graduate of Feather River College, with an EMT license. She is currently self-employed and is a member of Compassionate Friends, Yuba City Chapter.

The groom is the son of Peter and Beverly Forrest of Wasilla, Alaska. He is a graduate of Christian Heritage High School, Riverside City College and the University of California, Riverside, for respiratory therapy. He is currently employed at Biggs-Gridley Memorial Hospital.



Fifty guests attended the ceremony, including friends and four generations of the bride’s family. The bride’s flowers were purple and yellow hydrangeas. She wore a traditional white satin gown with crystals and pearls and a long, white veil with satin edges.

A seated reception was held at Magnolia Mansion, which was decorated with sea shells and sand. A three-tiered wedding cake, with white raspberry filling and a starfish topper, was served. The couple’s song was “God Bless The Broken Road,” by Rascal Flats. The maid of honor was Tylee Cocca of Gridley. The bridesmaid was Julie Bertagna of Biggs. The flower girl was the groom’s daughter, Makaela Warfield, 9, and the ring bearer was the groom’s son, DJ Warfield, 11. The best man was Tim Johnston of Biggs. The groomsman was Mel Metcalf of Gridley.




The married couple took a seven-day wedding trip to Kauai, Hawaii. They will reside in Gridley.


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