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Wedding – Hayes-Guy

Submitted photoRebecca Hayes and Nathan Guy
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Rebecca Hayes and Nathan Guy, both of Eugene, Ore., were married July 31 at The Dove House in Lafayette, Colo. The ceremony was officiated by Mary Mohr.

Approximately 125 guests attended the ceremony and buffet reception.

The bride is the daughter of Bob and Randa Hayes of Golden, Colo., and Teresa Hayes of Sarasota, Fla. She is a graduate of the University of Puget Sound in Washington with a degree in communication. She is currently a student at the University of Oregon at Eugene.

The bridegroom, a graduate of Nevada Union High School, is the son of Nancy Cunningham of Grass Valley and Ken Guy of Nevada City. He is a graduate of the University of Puget Sound with a degree in exercise science. He is a bicycle mechanic for Hutch’s Bicycle Store.

The bride wore a Jonathan Stuart Design gown, and carried a mixed bouquet of flowers.

The matron of honor was the bride’s sister, Amber English, of Golden.

The bridesmaids were Meredith Ginn of Golden; Emily Cohen of Boomer, N.C., and Cori Formslag of Berkeley.

The flower girl was the bride’s niece, Morgan English, age 4, of Golden.

The ring bearer was the bride’s brother, Benjamin Mohr, 7, of Sarasota.

The best man was the groom’s brother, Gabriel Guy, of Los Angeles.

The groomsmen were Elie Wasser of Newark, and Tim Smith and Ian Bates, both of Denver.

The ushers were Alexander Mohr of Sarasota and the bride’s brother, Ryan Hayes, of Golden.

The wedding cake was made by Meredith Ginn of Golden.

Music was provided by flutist Erin Johnson of San Leandro.

Photography by A Legacy Photo.

The couple honeymooned in Nevada.

They live in Eugene.

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