WEDDING – Sanders-Pierce |

WEDDING – Sanders-Pierce

Submitted photoCharles Pierce and Amanda Sanders
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Amanda Christine Sanders and Charles Madison Pierce, both of Rocklin, were married May 29 at St. Patrick’s Church in Grass Valley. The ceremony was conducted by the Rev. Simon Twomey.

The bride, a Nevada Union High School graduate, is the daughter of Michael and Linda Sanders of Penn Valley.

She is a graduate of the University of California at Davis, with a degree in English literature. She is a traffic coordinator at Tower Records in Sacramento.

The groom is the son of Lynn and Bradford Seaberg of Redding, and Ed and Judy Pierce.

He is an account manager at Snader & Associates in Roseville.

The bride wore a white silk, strapless A-line gown with beaded and embroidered bodice, and chapel-length train designed by Diamond Bridal. She carried her great-grandmother’s handkerchief, and wore an antique diamond brooch given to her by the groom’s grandmother.

The matron of honor was the bride’s sister, Julie Everson of Petaluma.

The bridesmaids were Nora Schmidt of Gottingen, Germany; Kathleen Rojas-Moe of Carmichael; Melissa Maderios of Redding; and Maggie John of Paradise.

The flower girl was Caroline Babcock, age 3, of Carson City, Nev.

The ring bearer was Hayden Maderios, 3, of Redding.

The best man was Wesley Babcock of Carson City.

The groomsmen were Matt Maderios of Redding, Brian John of Chico, Mark Everson of Petaluma and JP Lynn of Redding.

Approximately 150 guests attended the ceremony and buffet reception at Miners Foundry catered by I Dream of Jeannie Catering. Special guests included the bride’s grandmother, Judy Bernardino, and grandfather, Joseph Sanders; the groom’s grandmother, Sandra Whitehead, and the groom’s sister, Sheri Pierce.

Music was provided by soloist Phil John and the Sierra Chamber Players.

The three-tier wedding cake was created by Donna Imsand, The Cake Artist.

Flowers were provided by Grass Valley Florist.

The photographer was CRhyner Photo of Loomis. The guest book attendant was Jerry Haasch.

The couple honeymooned in Mexico.

They live in Rocklin.

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