Wedding: Turner-Harris |

Wedding: Turner-Harris

Natalie Christine Turner and Michael Robert Harris, both of Grass Valley, were married Sept. 1 in a garden ceremony at the home of Duane and Alice Zauner of Alta Sierra. The service was conducted by the Rev. Don Buteyn, the groom’s grandfather, and Bishop Chris Nielsen. Approximately 150 guests attended the ceremony and buffet reception.

Special guests included the bride’s aunt Kimberly from Aurora, Colo., grandparents Rhodes and Chris Farris, and aunts Amy and Beth, from Utah; and the groom’s grandfather Don Buteyn from Holland, Mich.

The bride is the daughter of Doug and Helen Turner of Grass Valley. She is a graduate of Bear River High School, and attended Sierra College.

The bridegroom is the son of William and Carol Harris of Grass Valley. A graduate of Bear River High School, he is a Lance Corporal in the U. S. Marine Corps, stationed in San Diego.

The bride wore a white off-the-shoulder full-length gown, a brooch from the groom’s great-grandmother, and flowers in her hair. She carried a bridal bouquet she made herself, consisting of calla lilies and lace from her mother’s wedding dress.

The maid of honor was Angela Hulet of Ogden, Utah.

The bridesmaid was Krystalle Jenkins of Grass Valley.

The flower girls were Julia and Hannah Morris.

The ring bearer was the bride’s nephew, Hunter Turner.

The best man was Cameron Starr of Chico.

The groomsman was the groom’s brother, Kyle Harris.

Reception music provided by DJ Justin Luce of Grass Valley.

The back yard buffet reception was decorated by the bride and her father, grandmother, aunts, uncles and the Zauners, with twinkle lights wrapped around the Ponderosa pines and the deck.

The wedding cake and buffet were provided by Cathy Bearry of Lake of the Pines.

The guest book attendant was Cindy Nielsen.

The couple honeymooned in California.

They live in San Diego.

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