Wedding – Chambers-Barajas |

Wedding – Chambers-Barajas

Submitted photoJR Daniel Barajas and Heidi Chambers
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Heidi Mae Chambers and JR Daniel Barajas, both of Camptonville, were married Aug. 28 in Lake Wildwood. The ceremony was officiated by Dina Hoskin.

The bride, a Nevada Union High School graduate, is the daughter of Lori Chambers of Penn Valley. She works for the U.S. Forest Service.

The bridegroom is a graduate of Santa Rosa High School. He works for Liberty Motors.

The bride wore a white satin full-length gown with corset-style lace-up in the back. She carried a bouquet of red roses.

The maid of honor was Cherie Alfred.

The bridesmaids were Kacey Painter and Corinne Montgomery.

The flower girl was the couple’s daughter, Kelsey Barajas, age 3, of Camptonville.

The best man was Darrell Ottolini, the groom’s cousin, of Santa Rosa.

The groomsmen were Toeknee Kraus and Bruce Landrum, both of Santa Rosa.

Approximately 75 guests attended the ceremony and buffet reception in Commodore Park, Lake Wildwood. Special guests included the grandmothers of the bride and groom.

The three-tier wedding cake was created by Flour Garden Bakery.

The photographer was Michelle Young of Nevada City Photography.

The couple honeymooned in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

They live in Camptonville.

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