Wedding – Woods-Barnes
Kristina Lynne Woods and Scott Earl Barnes, both of Las Vegas, Nev., were married June 26 at Valhalla Grand Hall in Lake Tahoe. The ceremony, which took place on what would have been the bride’s father’s 57th birthday, was conducted by Matt Woods, the bride’s brother.
The bride, a Nevada Union High School graduate, is the daughter of Kathy and Tim Collins of Grass Valley and the late Dale Woods. She is a graduate of the University of Nevada at Las Vegas and works as a financial adviser for Primerica.
The bridegroom, also a Nevada Union graduate, is the son of Ed and Hallie Barnes of Grass Valley.
He is a graduate of UTI and BMW Step School and works at Desert BMW in Las Vegas.
The bride wore an ivory-colored embroidered gown. She carried a bouquet of pink and cream roses and her father’s wedding ring.
The maid of honor was Molly Parkan of San Diego.
The bridesmaids were Ashlyn Thomas of Nevada City, Melissa Sangalang of Manteca, Monica Takigawa of San Luis Obispo, Summer Madden of Capitola, and Molly Melugin and Sarah Heck, both of San Diego.
The flower girl was Maya Sangalang, age 2, of Manteca.
The best man was Keith Barnes of Yuba City.
The groomsmen were Scott Coffey of Grass Valley and Matt Woods of Las Vegas.
The ushers were Rob Takigawa of San Luis Obispo and David Woods of Grass Valley.
Approximately 125 guests attended the ceremony and buffet reception. Special guests included all four grandmothers.
The reception decorations were created by Judy Adams.
The guest book attendant was Alyse Barnes.
The photographer was Jim Geddes.
The couple honeymooned in Aruba.
They live in Las Vegas.
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