Wedding – Davis-Opperman |

Wedding – Davis-Opperman

Submitted photoPatrick Joseph Opperman and Daphne Anne Davis
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Daphne Anne Davis and Patrick Joseph Opperman, both of Lancaster, were married April 17 at the Rancho Vista Country Club in Palmdale. The ceremony was conducted by the Rev. Leo Miller.

The bride, a Nevada Union High School graduate, is the daughter of Dianne Davis of Grass Valley and Darrel Davis of Fresno.

The bridegroom is the son of Debby Opperman and Randal Opperman, both of Palmdale. He is a graduate of Palmdale High School.

Both bride and groom are 2001 graduates of Saint Mary’s College of California, and both are in management with Enterprise Rent-a-Car.

The bride wore an Oleg Cassini white, strapless, jeweled gown. She carried a bouquet of red roses and wore an aquamarine ring belonging to her grandmother, Frances Radovich.

The matron of honor was Dianne Davis, mother of the bride.

The maid of honor was Edith Opperman, sister of the groom.

The bridesmaids were Soma Jenkins of Grass Valley, Denis Coehlo of Palmdale and Amanda Opperman, cousin of the groom from Jamul.

The flower girl was Jeana King, cousin of the groom, of Palmdale.

The best man was the groom’s brother, Randy Opperman, of Palmdale.

The groomsmen were Drew Bledsoe of Palmdale, Malosi Leonard of Agua Dulce, and the bride’s brothers, Darren Davis of Farmington Hills, Mich., and Dustin Davis of Fresno.

Approximately 160 guests attended the ceremony and reception.

The wedding cake was made by the bride’s father.

Music was provided by Music Mania.

The photographer was from Phillip’s Photography.

The couple honeymooned in Maui.

They live in Lancaster.

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