Wedding – Rizzo-Dryden – Buehler
Shauna Jean Rizzo-Dryden and James Karl Buehler, both of Camptonville, were married July 17 at the Alta Sierra Biblical Gardens. The ceremony was conducted by the Rev. Michael Sauro of Stockton.
The bride, a Nevada Union High School graduate, is the daughter of Bernadette Rizzo and Ronald Rizzo, both of Camptonville. She graduated from Lake College with a degree in medical administration.
The bridegroom, also a Nevada Union graduate, is the son of Easton Bueler and Donna Buehler, both of Grass Valley. He is the owner/operator of Gold Country Tree Care.
The bride wore a sleeveless, ivory-colored satin gown trimmed with crystal beads and pearls. A fingertip veil secured by a diamond and pearl tiara completed the ensemble. She carried a bouquet of blue hydrangeas along with her great-grandmother’s St. Christopher medal.
The maid of honor was the couple’s daughter, Natasha Buehler, age 12, of Camptonville.
The bridesmaids were the bride’s sister, Sarah Rizzo, of Camptonville; Patricia Livingston of Penn Valley; and Shannon Buehler and Chelsi Buehler, both of Grass Valley.
The flower girl was the bride’s niece, Maddison Standring, age 3, of Camptonville.
The best man was the groom’s brother, David Buehler, of Grass Valley.
The groomsmen were David Livingston of Penn Valley, Jerry “Coop” Cooper of Nevada City and Gary Meadows of Auburn.
Approximately 150 guests attended the ceremony and buffet reception at Seaman’s Lodge in Nevada City.
The two-tier wedding cake was decorated with pearls and blue hydrangeas.
Special guests included the bride’s grandparents, Beryl and Sherwood Erickson, of Klamath Falls, Ore.; and Robert and Jackie Blodgett of Marysville.
Rings for the bride and groom were created by Dave Livingston and Wayne Miller of Gold Venture Jewelry.
The photographer was Priscilla’s Photography of Yuba City.
The chauffeurs were Manny and Winnie Vierra.
The couple honeymooned on the California coast.
They live in Camptonville.
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