Schramm, Ordonez wed at Lake Natoma
Amanda Schramm and Anthony Ordonez exchanged wedding vows at 4 p.m. Nov. 25 at Lake Natoma in Folsom, Calif. The double-ring ceremony was performed by minister Stanley Shorts and witnessed by 150 family members and friends.
The bride is the daughter of Richard and Hope Schramm of South Lake Tahoe. The bridegroom’s parents are Philip and Carmelita Ordonez of Sacramento.
Presented in marriage by her father, the bride wore an ivory satin strapless, floor-length gown with hand-embroidered bodice. She wore a fingertip-length veil and carried a cascading bouquet of white orchids with satin champagne ribbons.
Maid of honor was Meredith Jager of Santa Rosa, Calif., and bridesmaids were Gillian Zotti of Salem, Ore., Heather Evangelista of Sacramento, Erica Worster of Woodland, Calif., Christine Ho of Sacramento, and Katie Riley of Dixon, Calif. Each attendant wore a black tea-length or floor-length dress and carried a hand-tied bouquet of white orchids tied with silk champagne ribbons. Flower girls were Mia, Kailee, and Rachel Schramm, nieces of the bride, and Angel and Kayla Calma, nieces of the bridegroom. Ring bearers were Izaiah Cuellar, nephew of the bridegroom, and Baby Zeus, dog of the bride.
Best man was Rick Verrett of Sacramento, and groomsmen were Miles Harley of Sacramento, Gabe Ulep of Elk Grove, Calif., Ruben Pinzon of Elk Grove and Rob Soliman of Sacramento.
Immediately following the ceremony, the bride’s parents hosted a reception in the Grand Ballroom at the Lake Natoma Inn.
The bride and bridegroom are planning a summer honeymoon in Maui. They have established their home in Sacramento.
The bride is a 1995 graduate of South Tahoe High School. In 2003, she received a bachelor of science degree in health and human services, with a minor in criminal justice, from California State University, Sacramento. She works for Accountants Incorporated as a recruiter.
The bridegroom received a bachelor of science degree in graphic design in 2003 from California State University, Sacramento. He currently works for Raley’s Corporations as a graphic designer.
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