Wedding: Anderson-Miller |

Wedding: Anderson-Miller

Tamsyn Noel Anderson of Penn Valley and Bradley Christian Miller of Grass Valley were married June 25, 2005 at a private residence. The ceremony was officiated by Grass Valley Church of Christ Pastor Eli Hooper. Approximately 230 guests attended the ceremony and dinner reception.

The bride is the daughter of Kathy and Gary Anderson of Penn Valley. She is a graduate of Pepperdine University with degrees in sports medicine and Spanish. She is recreation director for the Lake Wildwood Association.

The bridegroom is the son of Kim and Nancy Miller of Grass Valley. He is a student at William Jessup University and is majoring in religious studies. He is part owner of Naturally Green Landscape Maintenance.

The bride wore a Maggie Sottero satin and lace strapless gown embroidered with crystal rhinestones and pearls. She carried a bouquet of white peonies, lilies and roses.

The maid of honor was Stephanie Johannsen of Penn Valley.

The bridesmaids were the bride’s sisters, Jessika Anderson and Tara Anderson; the groom’s sister, Megan Miller; Carrie D’Andrea and Kathy Krapfel, both of Penn Valley; Katie Zealear of Grass Valley and Kelia Tardiff of San Diego.

The flower girl was Kailey Gorman of Grass Valley.

The best man was the groom’s brother, Scott Miller. The groomsmen were Daniel Anderson, the bride’s brother, Cameron Landon, Russell Johnson, Kevin Bratton, Jim Muff, Steven Hart and Tony Beckham, all of Grass Valley.

The ring bearer was Carter Madson of Grass Valley.

The soloist was Glory-Dawn McVicker.

Roger Saker prepared dinner for the guests.

The four-tier wedding cake, created by Donna Imsand, The Cake Artist, was decorated in a white lace design with coral, yellow and pink roses.

The photographer was Chris Harada.

The Guitard family provided videography.

Reception music was provided by Jamal of My Way Productions.

The couple honeymooned in Cancun.

They live in Nevada City.

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