Wedding – Ivy-Russum |

Wedding – Ivy-Russum

The Union photoRebecca Ivy and Boh Russum
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Rebecca Ivy and Boh Russum, both of Bolinas, were married on a Blue Moon, July 31, in a garden ceremony at the bride’s parents’ home. The ceremony was officiated by the Hon. Kathleen Butz. Approximately 200 guests attended the ceremony and barbecue reception.

The bride is the daughter of Bruce and Louise Ivy of Grass Valley. She works as an innkeeper at Manka’s Inverness Lodge in Inverness.

The bridegroom is the son of Sue Anne Russum of Bolinas, Alex Newman of Takilma, Ore. and Adrian Hladky of Colorado Springs, Colo. He is a counselor at Full Circle in Bolinas.

The bride wore a white princess-style sleeveless dress. Her hair, styled by Aunika Hogan, was adorned with flowers and a double-tiered veil. She carried a mixed bouquet of garden flowers from Indian Hills Gardens.

The matrons of honor were Karen Kennedy and the bride’s sister, Alicia Berardi, both of Grass Valley.

The flower girl was the bride’s niece, Fiona Berardi.

Standing up for the groom were Keith Bailey and the groom’s brother, Memphis Russum, both of Bolinas.

In lieu of a guest book, attendants Sara and Margaret Ellen LaFlamme, the bride’s cousins from Florida, and Hazel Watkins of Grass Valley assisted guests in writing their best wishes for the couple on note cards.

The bridal bouquet and flower arrangements were by Lulu Drux.

The barbecue was prepared by Steve Johnson of Bolinas.

The four-tier wedding cake and groom’s carrot cake were prepared by Liz Duca of Folsom.

The photographer was Monte Zucker of Florida.

The couple honeymooned in California and Jamaica.

They live in Bolinas.

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