Kistle-Foster wedding |

Kistle-Foster wedding

Sharra Kistle and Micah Foster, both of Grass Valley, were married Sept. 9 at Tranquility Lane in Nevada City. The service was officiated by Mark Wise. Approximately 150 guests attended the ceremony and cocktail reception.

The bride is the daughter of Frank and Sharryn Kistle of Nevada City. She is a graduate of Nevada Union High School and works at Union Hill School.

The bridegroom is the son of Robert and Christine Foster of Grass Valley. He is a graduate of Forest Lake Christian High School and works for UPS.

The bride wore an ivory-colored satin gown with halter top and beaded and rhinestone trim. She wore her grandmother’s tiara and a shoulder-length veil with rhinestones.

The bridesmaids were Justine Riley of Nevada City, Sammy Reresatoff of Portola, Lindsay Nightingale of Grass Valley, Erin Taylor of Grass Valley and Jessica Sisley of Scotts Valley.

The junior bridesmaid was the bride’s niece, Kaitlyn McKee of Nevada City.

The flower girls were the bride’s nieces, Keara Kistle, 5, and Kendall Riley, 4, both of Nevada City.

The ring bearer was the groom’s niece, Taylor King of Redding.

The groomsmen were Dylan Foster of Grass Valley, Mark King of Redding, Brad Bost of Nevada City, Serge Bartlome of Nevada City, Ryan Christiansen of Weimar and Alex Said of Chicago Park.

The guest book attendants were the groom’s sister and brother-in-law, Katie and Matt Jackson.

The couple honeymooned in Mexico.

They live in Grass Valley.

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