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Tahoe couple wed in Hawaiian resort

Provided to the TribuneJake Hicks and Rebekah Tagliareni were married with the Pacific Ocean as a backdrop.
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Rebekah Tagliareni and Jake Hicks were married Sept. 7 at the Papakea Resort, Maui, Hawaii. The 3 p.m. double-ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Susan Osborn with the Pacific Ocean in the background.

The bride is the daughter of Robert and Elizabeth Tagliareni of South Lake Tahoe and the bridegroom’s parents are Lois Johnstone of South Lake Tahoe and Frank Hicks of Oroville, Calif.

The bride chose an elegant white, floor-length strapless gown for the nuptials and carried a bouquet of 24 soft white and pink roses. The bridegroom was attired in white shirt and pants and wore a Maile lei as well as a Hawaiian lei.



Bridesmaid was Tessa Rickards of South Lake Tahoe, who wore a flowing baby blue gown and carried a bouquet of white roses and baby blue flowers.

Best man was Jesse Thompson and groomsman was the bridegroom’s brother, Nathan Johnstone of South Lake Tahoe.




Also participating in the wedding was the couple’s 1-year-old son, Ian Hicks, who was held by the best man. Each member of the wedding party wore a Hawaiian lei.

Immediately following the ceremony the wedding party celebrated on a sunset dinner cruise.

Upon their return from an eight-day wedding trip in Maui, the newlyweds returned to their home at South Lake Tahoe.

The couple are both graduates of South Tahoe High School. The bride is an orthodontic assistant for Glenn Gibb, D.D.S. and the bridegroom is a builder with Krump Construction.


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