Allison Grubbs of Sandy and Richard Fletcher of Damascus were married Saturday evening, Oct. 15, at the Silcox Hut above Timberline Lodge.
The bride's father escorted her down the aisle for the double-ring ceremony, officiated by her brother, Matthew Grubbs. The bride wore an ivory floor-length gown with pearls and lace decorating the bodice and a laced-up back. She carried fall-colored calla lilies with yellow sprigs and wore her mother's pearl necklace.
The bride is the daughter of Stanley and Mary Grubbs of Sandy. Allison graduated from the University of Portland in 2008 and is a registered nurse.
The groom is the son of Chuck and Rhonda Fletcher of Damascus. Richard graduated from Barlow High School in 2007 and is a student at Western Oregon University. He is a seasonal firefighter.
Christina Hinkel of Spokane, Wash., a longtime friend of the bride, served as best woman. Shoko Satoh and Viktoriya Sobova, longtime friends of the bride, served as her attendants.
Bryan Payne of Gresham, a longtime friend of the groom, served as best man. Caleb Warren, another longtime friend, was the groom's attendant.
The bride's yellow Labrador, Luke, was the ring bearer.
The wedding's honored guests were the bride's maternal grandparents, Ralph and Lorraine Cannon of Gresham, and the groom's maternal grandmother, Yvonne Reiling of Portland.
The wedding reception and dinner were held at the Silcox Hut. The newlyweds plan to spend their honeymoon in Mexico later in the year.
Richard and Allison Fletcher are making their home in Fairview.
Anne Clare Kornfeld of Portland and Ken Schnackenberg of Gresham were married Friday, Sept. 9, at the Multnomah County Courthouse by Judge Diana Stuart.
The Schnackenberg family hosted a wedding reception for the couple Saturday, Sept. 10, at Blue Lake Regional Park in Fairview.
Anne graduated from the University of Oregon in 1996 with her bachelor's degree and from Portland State University with her master's degree. She is a painter with Walsh Construction.
Ken, the son of Merle and Marlys Schnackenberg, attended Gresham High School. He is retired from the Air Force.
Karen Zigler of Cincinnati, Ohio, the bride's aunt, served as the best woman.
Ken and Anne Schnackenberg are making their home in Shady Cove near Medford.