July wedding near the Truckee River for Fabrizio and Stonecipher
Tiffany Fabrizio and Mike Stonecipher exchanged wedding vows July 6, 2001, at a private residence on the Truckee River in Christmas Valley.
The 3:30 p.m. double-ring ceremony was performed by Bishop Raymond Case and witnessed by more than 100 relatives and friends.
The bride is the daughter of David and Anna Fabrizio of South Lake Tahoe and the bridegroom’s parents are Margie Brown of Novato Calif., and Edward Stonecipher of Sacramento, Calif.
Given in marriage by her father the bride was attired in a floor-length white satin A-line gown with spaghetti straps. She wore a crown of flowers with ribbons hanging down the back and carried a bouquet of purple and while calla lilies with greenery.
Matron of honor was Sonnet Hogbin of South Lake Tahoe, who wore a floor-length, silver satin, two-piece A-line dress with a flower-embroidered and beaded spaghetti strap camisole top. Bridesmaids were Tara Nelson, Heather Flynn, Tessa Rickards and Bekah Taglerini, all of South Lake Tahoe. Each wore a dress identical to the matron of honor except three were lavender and one was silver and their bouquets were identical to the brides.
Best man was Jesse Thompson of South Lake Tahoe and groomsmen were Chris Hogbin and Jake Hicks of South Lake Tahoe, the bride’s brother, Mark Fabrizio of West Palm Beach, Fla., and the bridegrooms’ brother, Kenny Lopes of Novato.
Immediately following the ceremony the newlyweds greeted their guests during a reception at the home in Christmas Valley.
The couple established their home at South Lake Tahoe and plan a Caribbean cruise this fall.
The bride is a 1996 of South Tahoe High School and is attending Lake Tahoe Community College.
The bridegroom graduated from South Tahoe High School in 1993. He is kitchen manager at Chris’ Cafe as well as a student at Lake Tahoe Community College.
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