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Wedding – Brown-Kahl

Sunshine Brown - Robert Kahl Jr.
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Sunshine Shanti Brown and Robert Allen Kahl Jr., both of Nevada City, were married June 15 at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Grass Valley.

The bride is the daughter of Susan Jakubik of Nevada City and James Matrone of Las Vegas. She is a graduate of University of California at Davis with a degree in art.

The groom is the son of Patricia and Robert Kahl of Grass Valley. He has a degree in art/photography and is a self-employed glass blower.



The bride wore an ivory-colored gown with an Empire waist and embroidered English net over satin. A fingertip veil trimmed with white roses completed the ensemble. She carried a bouquet made by her mother comprised of white roses, bells of Ireland and lamium.

The maid of honor was Erica Dawson of Ben Lomond.




The flower girl was the groom’s cousin Maryann Cowan of Grass Valley. The flower girl’s basket was used at the wedding of the groom’s mother.

The ring bearer was the bride’s cousin Dylan Jakubik of Baltimore.

The ring pillow was made by the groom’s mother.

The best man was the groom’s brother Daniel Kahl of Grass Valley.

The ushers were Sananda Brown of Nevada City, the bride’s brother; and David Kahl of Grass Valley, the groom’s brother.

Music was provided by classical guitarist Jamey Bellizzi and violinist Brenda Collins.

Approximately 65 guests attended the ceremony and reception following at Tofanelli’s Restaurant in Grass Valley. Reception decorations included flowers grown by the bride’s mother and votives designed by the bride and groom.

The couple honeymooned on Catalina Island.

They live in Nevada City.


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