Johnson, Neidert wed in San Diego |

Johnson, Neidert wed in San Diego

Provided to the Tribune
Provided to the Tahoe Daily Tribune. Angela Marie Johnson and James Curtis Neidert were wed Sept. 17 during a garden ceremony.

Angela Marie Johnson and James Curtis Neidert exchanged wedding vows Sept. 17 in the garden of the Sea Lodge overlooking the ocean in La Jolla, Calif. The 4:30 p.m. double-ring ceremony was witnessed by 80 family members and friends.

The bride’s parents are Jan and Karen Johnson of South Lake Tahoe and the bridegroom is the son of James and Susanne Neidert of Dandridge, Tenn., and the late Ruth Neidert.

Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white organza, strapless A-line gown with shirred bodice and beaded lace. She carried a bouquet of white tulips.

Bridesmaids were the bride’s sisters, Amy Lynn Johnson of Nashville, Tenn., and Melissa Jayne Johnson of San Diego, Calif. Each attendant wore a black, bias-cut tea-length dress and carried calla lilies and tulips in fall colors.

Best man was Steve Caldes and groomsman was Clayton LeBlanc, both of San Diego.

Following the ceremony, the newlyweds greeted guests during a reception at the Sea Lodge.

Upon their return from a wedding trip to Playa Del Carmen, Mexico, the couple established their home in San Diego.

The bride graduated from South Tahoe High School in 1994 and received a bachelor’s degree in design communications from Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn., in 1999. She is employed by C.B. Richard Ellis as a client services coordinator.

The bridegroom is a 1996 graduate of Eastin High School in Eastin, Md. He received a bachelor’s degree in business management from Clemson University, Clemson, S.C., in 2000 and is a premier banker with Wells Fargo Bank.

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