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Jonathan Harris - Maranda Rose
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Maranda Marie Rose and Jonathan Michael Harris, both of Grass Valley, were married Dec. 21 at the Church of the Nazarene.

The bride, a Silver Springs High School graduate, is the daughter of John and Cindy McIntosh of Grass Valley and Greg and Gail Rose of Salt Lake City, Utah. She is a student at Sierra College.

The groom is the son of Bonnie Harris of Grass Valley and Mike and Robin Harris of Etna. A Silver Springs High School graduate, he is employed as a construction worker.

The bride wore a white satin strapless gown with beaded bodice, net skirt and detachable cathedral-length train designed by Doris Dixon. A tiara and fingertip veil were designed by Lonna Garner. She wore her grandmother’s rhinestone necklace and a borrowed white floor-length cape with fur trim and hood. She carried a bouquet of purple and white silk roses made by her mother.

The maid of honor was Amber Wood.

The bridesmaids were Chelsea Longacre, April Minick and the bride’s sister, Kaytlin McIntosh, all of Grass Valley.

The flower girl was the bride’s cousin, Kelsey McFarland, of Grass Valley.

The ring bearer was the bride’s brother, J. T. McIntosh, of Grass Valley.

The best man was the bride’s brother, Kylle Rose, of Grass Valley.

The groomsmen were Jeremy Lang, Ryan Thomas and the groom’s nephew, Brandon Harris, all of Grass Valley.

Approximately 90 guests attended the ceremony and buffet reception at the Nevada County Horsemen’s facility.

In keeping with the reception’s winter wonderland theme, the four-tiered cake was decorated with fondant snowflakes made by the bride’s mother.

Special guests included members of the bride’s family from Sacramento and Tennessee and members of the groom’s family from Etna and Yreka.

The guest book attendant was Angela McClain. The photographer was Lori Moore.

The couple plans to honeymoon at a later date.

They live in Nevada County.

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