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Wedding – Reddig-Gammelgard

Submitted photoErica Reddig and Alexander Gammelgard
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Erica Leslie Reddig of Grass Valley and Alexander Kreig Gammelgard of Nevada City were married Aug. 1 at Empire Mine State Park. The officiants were the Rev. Mike McKay and the Rev. Kreig Gammelgard, both uncles of the groom.

The bride is the daughter of Jacki Webber of Grass Valley and Jerry Webber of Fair Oaks. She is a graduate of Nevada Union High School and of Whitworth College in Spokane, Wash., with a degree in education.

The groom is the son of Kenneth and Ellen Gammelgard of Nevada City. He is a graduate of Nevada Union High School and of Gonzaga University in Spokane with a degree in business administration.

The bride wore a Maggie Sottero diamond-white strapless gown accented with Swarovski crystals. She carried a bouquet of pink roses.

The maid of honor was the bride’s sister, Katie Webber, of Grass Valley.

The bridesmaids were Kassidy Johnson of Nevada City and Betsy Myers of Wenatchee, Wash.

The best men were the groom’s brothers, Soren Gammelgard of Chico and Peter Gammelgard of Nevada City.

The groomsman was Steven Perry of Casper, Wyo.

The ushers were Paul Ryan of Snohomish, Wash., Sandy Miller of Eugene, Ore., and Brad Kerr of Hannibal Grange, Mo.

Approximately 200 guests attended the ceremony and reception at the Miners Foundry.

Special guests included the bride’s grandparents, Winnie Reddig of Davis, Charles and Irene Fitzgearld of Fair Oaks and Helen Webber of Carmichael; and the groom’s grandparents, John and Dorothy Satterstrom of San Jose and Stanley and Dorothy Gammelgard of Santa Barbara.

Music was provided by Kenneth Gammelgard, the groom’s father, and Peter Gammelgard, the groom’s brother, performing a trumpet/guitar duet.

The three-tier wedding cake, created by The Cake Artist, was decorated with pink roses.

The guest book attendant was the groom’s sister-in-law, Meaghan Gammelgard.

The photographer was Christopher Hersey.

The couple honeymooned in Mexico.

They live in Nevada City.

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