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Harvey-Fairbank

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Michele Deanne Harvey and Eric Robert Fairbank, both of Santa Barbara, were married Feb. 8 aboard the Ecstasy cruise ship in San Pedro.



The bride is the daughter of Valerie Perry of Penn Valley, Jody Perry of Citrus Heights and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harvey of Lompoc. She is a 1991 Nevada Union High School graduate and 1997 Metropolitan State of Denver graduate. She is the spa sales manager at Bacara Resort & Spa in Santa Barbara.




The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Fairbank, and Mrs. Charlene Lee, all of Santa Rosa. He is a 1998 Arizona State University graduate. He is employed at Vandenberg Air Force Base as a firefighter.

The bride wore a strapless ivory-colored gown with crystal and pearl beadwork and attached train. A handmade matching veil with crystal and pearl headband completed the ensemble. She wore her grandmother’s emerald ring and her mother’s diamond bracelet. She carried a bouquet of red roses.

The matron of honor was Paige Blockmon of Sacramento.

The bridesmaids were Katelyn Fiechter and Alicia DaSilva, both of Santa Barbara.

The best man was Tim Fairbank, the groom’s twin, of Santa Rosa.

The groomsmen were Winton Hazel of New York; Jared Perry, the bride’s brother, of San Jose; and Chris McDonald of Santa Rosa.

The ushers were Jeff Scipione of Tempe, Ariz., and Steve Evans of Santa Rosa.

The ceremony and reception took place in port on Carnival cruise ship Ecstasy at San Pedro pier, Los Angeles. Eighty guests attended the ceremony and reception, and 50 guests joined the bride and groom on a three-day cruise to Ensenada, Mexico.

The couple lives in Santa Barbara.


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