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Tahoe couple marries in Mexico

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Cara Marshall and Saul Cruz were wed in Guadalajara, Mexico.
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Cara Marshall and Saul Cruz exchanged wedding vows Oct. 9 at El Santuario de Nuestra Senora Del Carmen in Guadalajara, Mexico. The bride was given in marriage by her father Rex during a 5 p.m. double-ring full Mass ceremony and witnessed by more than 150 friends and family. A reception followed in Las Tourtugas, Mexico, at the home of Luisa and Mario Chavez.

The bride is the daughter of Rex and Cathy Marshall of South Lake Tahoe. The bridegroom’s parents are Guadalupe and Librado Cruz of Guadalajara.

The bride was attended by maid of honor Corey McCauley of South Lake Tahoe. Bridesmaids were Katie Harrison and Carolina Cruz. The flower girl was Vanessa Cruz. Padrinos de honor are Luisa and Mario Chavez, Padrinos de velacion: Consuelo and Vicente Ventura, Padrinos de lasos; Leticia and Jaime Velasco Ruiz, Madrina de aras: Rosa Isela Cruz, Madrina de anillos: Eva Cruz, Padrinos de ramos: Lupita and Javier Becerra, and Madrina de copas: Claudia Lopez.

Best man was the bride’s brother, Ben Marshall, and groomsmen were Tito Perez and Carlos Cruz.

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The couple honeymooned in Puerto Vallarta and Mazatlan, Mexico.

The bride graduated from South Tahoe High School in 1997, UC Davis in 2002, and earned her nursing degree in 2004 with honors.

The bridegroom has lived in South Lake Tahoe for the past 15 years with his two beautiful daughters, Carolina and Vanessa Cruz.

The newlyweds established their home in South Lake Tahoe, where Cara is a nurse at Barton Memorial Hospital and Saul is an employee of the year at Meeks Lumber.


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