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CAVANAUGH-WALTI

Marie Francis Cavanaugh of Huntington Beach and Gregg Arthur Walti of Penn Valley were married Saturday, May 10, in Laguna Beach.

The weekend festivities started with a rehearsal dinner on Friday night around the pool of Gregg’s brother and sister-in-law, Dana and Beverly Walti. It was attended by the wedding party, visiting family and friends.



The wedding ceremony began at 3:30 p.m. on Saturday at Rocky Ledge Point, Laguna Beach and was followed by a reception at the Women’s Club in Laguna Beach. Peter Shambrook officiated.

Marie was attended by her four sisters, Ann, Theresa, Judy and Cathy, and her best friend, Lana Morisoli.




The groomsmen and ushers included childhood friends, Adam Weiss and Brian Coalson, brother, Dana Walti, nephew, Holt Walti and best man, Dave Udden.

The flower girl was niece, Kendall Walti and the ring bearer was nephew, Spencer Fleenor.

Colors used throughout the wedding were white, dusty rose and silver.

The bride is the daughter of Shirley Cavanaugh and the late Paul Cavanaugh.

She is a 1993 graduate of Edison High School in Huntington Beach and received a degree in business from the University of California, Berkeley in 1997.

She is a financial analyst working at Astra Oil Company in Huntington Beach.

The groom is the son of Al and Sandi Walti of Lake Wildwood.

He is a 1997 graduate of Nevada Union High School. He earned a bachelor’s degree in business/marketing from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo in 2001.

He is a commercial property manager for the Irvine Company.

Following the wedding the couple honeymooned in Acapulco, Mexico.

Gregg’s parents will be giving another reception on Aug. 30 for his Northern California friends. Following the reception, Marie’s company is sending the couple to Switzerland for a combination business and pleasure trip.

The couple will then move into their new home in Newport Beach.


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