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Wedding: Bond-Wetselaar

Sara Kahrin Bond of Nevada City and Paul Matthew Wetselaar of Grass Valley were married Dec. 9, 2005, in South Lake Tahoe. The ceremony was officiated by David Anderson, and attended by 21 guests. Approximately 80 guests attended a reception the following day at the National Hotel in Nevada City.

The bride is the daughter of Robert and Carolyn Bond of Nevada City. She is a graduate of Nevada Union High School and of California State University, Sacramento, where she earned a teaching credential. She is a preschool teacher.

The bridegroom is the son of Ken and Susan Chilton of Lake Wildwood. He works for Skyler Electric.



The bride wore a Maggie Sottero gown with crystal beading and her mother’s bridal veil. She carried a handkerchief from the groom’s mother, and a bouquet of red roses and white lilies.

The matron of honor was the bride’s sister, Heather Druktenis, of Santa Fe, New Mexico.




The bridesmaid was Cristy Jaime of Grass Valley.

The flower girl was the bride’s niece, Morgan Druktenis, age 5, of Santa Fe.

The ring bearer was the bride’s nephew, Triston Druktenis, 3, of Santa Fe.

The best man was Ryan Coe of Grass Valley.

The groomsman was Mike Wilkens of Huntington Beach.

The three-tier wedding cake was designed and created in the form of a bridal gown by Donna Imsand, The Cake Artist.

The couple will enjoy their honeymoon at a later date.

They live in Paradise.


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