Novotny, Woodcock wed
Christine Novotny and Travis Woodcock exchanged wedding vows July 22 at Round Hill Pines Beach. The 5 p.m. single-ring ceremony was performed by Judge Richard Glasson and witnessed by 100 family members and friends.
The bride is the daughter of Gerald and Jeanne Novotny of Glenbrook, Nev., and Palm Springs, Calif. The bridegroom’s parents are Gary and Gayle Woodcock of Gardnerville, Nev.
Given in marriage by her brother, Gerald Richard Novotny Jr., the bride was attired in an elegant, classic white strapless A-line gown by Ulla Maija with bustles in front and back and detachable train. She carried a bouquet of peach, yellow, white and rust calla lilies.
Maid of honor was the bride’s sister, Georgia Novotny of Gardnerville, and bridesmaids were the bridegroom’s sister, Kimi Woodcock of Salem, Ore., Lawna Girodano of Davie, Fla., Mia Thompson of New York City, and Zoe Thompson of Atlanta, Ga. Each attendant wore a peach-colored top and skirt with yellow tulle overskirt and carried a bouquet similar to the brides.
Best man was Chris Hernandez of South Lake Tahoe and groomsmen were the bridegroom’s brothers, Marcus Woodcock of Arnold, Calif., Justin Woodcock of Prescott, Ariz., and Korrey Woodcock of Gardnerville and the bride’s brother, Gerald Novotny of Malibu, Calif.
The three flower girls were the bridegroom’s nieces, Bailey Angel Woodcock, Bailey Woodcock and Brooke Woodcock. Ring bearer was the bridegroom’s nephew, Caleb Woodcock.
Following the wedding ceremony, the bride’s parents hosted a reception in Glenbrook. Upon their return from a two-week wedding trip to Jamaica, the couple established their home in Portland, Ore.
The bride graduated from Whittell High School in 2000 and attended the University of Utah in Salt Lake City for one year. She graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno in 2005 with a major in business management and a minor in marketing and received her Real Estate license in 2006.
The bridegroom is a 1998 graduate of South Tahoe High School and is a student at Western Culinary Institute in Portland.