Tiffany Marie LaVaque and Forrest Evan Andrews of Tualatin were married Saturday, Sept. 17, at The Troutdale House by the Sandy River.
The bride's parents accompanied her down the aisle for the double-ring ceremony, officiated by Minister Mads McCaffrey.
The bride's mother made her wedding dress out of fabric from her grandmother's dress, her great-grandmother's dress, her aunt's dress and her mother's dress. She carried flowers by Nancy's Floral and wore a pin from her grandmother Donna and pearls from her grandmother Ada.
The bride is the daughter of Marc LaVaque and Betty and Paul Fernandez of Troutdale. She graduated from David Douglas High School in 1998 and from Northland College in 2002. She is an environmental scientist.
The groom is the son of Donna and Richard Cribbs of Eugene and Roger Andrews and Jocelyn Goodell of Portland. Forrest attended West Linn High School and is a project manager.
Alex McMurrin of Stayton, the bride's best friend, served as man of honor. The bride's attendants were Michelle Oliver, Robin Gardner and Danielle Ahl.
Andrew Stephens of Aurora, the groom's best friend, served as best man. The groom's attendants were Ryan Cobb, Aaron Kosareff and Jesse Craig.
Rosa Kosareff was the flower girl and Revan Cobb was the ring bearer. Je'an LaVaque, Alex Cribbs, Noah LaVaque and Michael Ahl served as ushers.
The wedding's honored guests were the bride's grandmother, Donna LaVaque of Gresham; the bride's great-aunt, Donna Beatty of Corvallis; and the bride's great-uncle, Robert Nickoloff of Mill Valley, Calif.
Forrest and Tiffany Andrews honeymooned in Lincoln City.