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Kristin Danielle Williams and Jamie Emmanuel Sauceda, both of Grass Valley, were married Oct. 12 at the groom’s grandparents’ home. The garden ceremony was conducted by Teresa Carrigan.

The bride is the daughter of Margie and Van Williams of Grass Valley. She works for Nevada County.

The groom is the son of Debra Jennings of Oroville. He works for Bobby Brown Construction.

The bride wore a ballerina-style gown with a tulle skirt and beaded bodice. She carried a bouquet of white and lavender roses.

The matron of honor was Alana Goddard of Grass Valley.

The flower girl was the bride’s daughter, Morgan McCowan, age 4, of Grass Valley.

The ring bearer was the groom’s son Tyler West, 4, of Colfax.

The best man was the groom’s son Jason Rawlins, of Grass Valley.

Approximately 50 guests attended the ceremony and buffet reception.

The four-layer, two-tier cake was made by Sammie Barquilla and decorated with white and lavender roses.

Music was provided by DJ Jamal and My Way Productions.

The guest-book attendant was the groom’s sister, Jessica Jennings.

The photographer was Angela Hopper of Grass Valley.

The couple lives in Grass Valley.

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