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Lacee Militano - James Hudson
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Lacee Morgan Militano and James Andrew Hudson, both of Auburn, were married Sept. 28 in Loomis. The ceremony was conducted by the Rev. Raleigh Galgan.

The bride, a 2001 Bear River High School graduate, is the daughter of Melanie and Donald Militano of Grass Valley. She is the manager of Dr. Wise’s dental office.

The groom, a 1998 Bear River graduate, is the son of Roberta Hudson of Auburn. He works for the Higgins Fire District as an engineer.

The bride wore an ivory-colored strapless gown and carried a bouquet of red roses.

The maid of honor was the bride’s sister, Megan Militano, of Grass Valley.

The bridesmaids were Sarah Hudson of Sacramento, Anna Hudson of Chico, Melissa Weilbacher of Germany, Brynn Jensen of Grass Valley, and Maria Watson and Lindsey Murphy, both of Fairfield.

The flower girls were the bride’s cousins Lexi Hankins, age 5, and Madison Hankins, 9, both of Fairfield; and Alyssa Militano,10.

The ring bearer was the groom’s brother Daniel Hudson, 9, of Auburn.

The best man was the groom’s brother Brian Hudson, of Auburn.

The groomsmen were David Hudson of Auburn; Marshall Creighton of Washington, D.C.; Sean Cunningham of Citrus Heights; Nick Stanziano of Santa Barbara; and Donnie Militano and Mitchell Militano, both of Grass Valley.

Approximately 200 guests attended the ceremony and buffet reception at the Lake of the Pines clubhouse.

Music was provided by the Fair Oaks Windwood Quintet of Sacramento and vocalist Cynthia Anderson of Fremont.

The guest-book attendants were Nicole and Melissa Gavron.

The photographer was Nick/Christopher Kight Photo.

The couple honeymooned on Maui.

They live in Auburn.

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