Wedding: Seybert-Hixson |

Wedding: Seybert-Hixson

Karen Renee Seybert and Brian Burdett Hixson, both of Alta Sierra, were married Sept. 16 at Miners Foundry. The service was conducted by the Rev. Robert Buhlis. Approximately 140 guests attended the ceremony and buffet reception.

The bride, a graduate of Nevada Union High School, is the daughter of Linda and John Bridges of Nevada City and Robert M. Seybert of Cypress. She works for The Cleaning Solution.

The bridegroom, also a Nevada Union High School graduate, is the son of Barry B. Hixson and Valerie F. Hixson, both of Alta Sierra. He works for Byers Leaf Guard Gutters.

The bride wore an ivory-colored, off-the-shoulder gown with beaded bodice and train. She wore her mother’s necklace and carried a bouquet of hydrangeas and calla lilies made by the groom’s mother.

The bridal veil was made by Galene at Fabric Boutique. The bride’s hair was done by John Henry at Hair Concepts in Grass Valley.

The maid of honor was Sandra R. Bosh of Lake Wildwood.

The bridesmaid was Cynthia K. Bailey of Grass Valley.

The best man was the groom’s brother, David R. Michelson of Brentwood.

The groomsmen were John D. Bridges III of Sacramento and Jason L. Seybert of Grass Valley, both brothers of the bride.

The door attendants were Brian Seybert and Kevin Seybert, both brothers of the bride.

Music was provided by Greg Whatley of Mountain Event Productions.

The surprise song for the father-daughter dance, chosen by the bride’s father, was “I Loved Her First” by Heartland.

The reception decorations were created by family and friends.

The wedding cake was provided by Shirley Wycoff Creations of Penn Valley.

The guest book attendants were Kaylani Bush and Kayla Holt.

The photographer was Chris Hersey.

The couple honeymooned in the Caribbean.

They live in Alta Sierra.

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