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Munson-Mallette

Deanna Munson - David Mallette
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Deanna Rachelle Munson and David Zachary Mallette, both of Grass Valley, were married Sept. 21 at “Down by The Lake” in Auburn. The ceremony was officiated by Dan Henslee.

The bride, a 1992 Nevada Union High School graduate, is the daughter of Sue and Marty Munson of Grass Valley. She is a personal lines manager at Networked Insurance Agents.

The groom, also a 1992 NUHS graduate, is the son of Kathy Hand of Grass Valley and Dave Mallette of Cloverdale. He is the store manager of Grocery Outlet in Grass Valley.



The bride wore an off-the-shoulder gown with embroidered bodice trimmed in sequins and pearls, full skirt, and five-foot train. The shoulder-length veil was secured by a pearl tiara. A pearl necklace and matching earrings completed the ensemble. She carried a bouquet of white roses, and her great-grandmother’s handkerchief.

The maid of honor was Stacey Henslee of Nevada City. The bridesmaids were Emily Hickman, Shannon Realini and Bridget Riley.




The flower girl was Mandi Realini, age 7.

The ring bearer was Jamison Hickman, 7.

The best man was Jode Yaksic.

The groomsmen were Aaron Ciaffoni, the groom’s brother, Ben Hickman, Allen Realini and Donny Munson, the bride’s brother.

Music was provided by Justin Warwick of DJ Enterprises.

Approximately 150 guests joined the couple for the lakeside ceremony and dinner reception.

The four-tiered cake was decorated with fresh flowers and a crystal heart.

The guest book attendants were Charna Eastin, Elaine Antonelli and Faith Hess.

The couple honeymooned in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

They live in Grass Valley.


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