Melissa and Michael Bierman with their children, Kianea Bierman, and Tyrell and Deniel Ramirez.Melissa Mollett and Michael Bierman were united in marriage April 6, at the Madras Christian Church in a ceremony officiated by the Rev. Walt Chamberlain.

The bride is the daughter of George and Roxanne Otter of Madras, and the groom is the son of Brian Tiedemann of Walla Walla, Wash., and Teresa Bierman of Dayton, Wash.

The church was decorated with white pew bows and burgundy kissing balls, and a personalized aisle runner.

The bride wore a strapless A-line wedding gown accented with beading, and a chapel-length train, and carried a cascading bridal bouquet of burgundy, black and white flowers.

The matron of honor, Dana Tiedemann, wore a black charmuese, open-backed gown and carried a bouquet of a dozen burgundy roses with black lace ribbon.

The bridesmaids were Rosa Nava, Kyndell Tiedemann, Arianea Bierman, Keyalrah Bierman, and Zara Bierman, who were dressed to match the matron of honor.

The best man was Brian Tiedemann, and the groomsmen were Orlando Nava, Tyler Anderson, Jesse Briggs, Wray Harris, and Tylur Tiedemann. The men wore wire wrapped boutonnieres that matched flowers in the bride’s bouquet. The ushers were Joey Otter and Armando Navarro.

Daniel and Tyrell Ramirez, sons of the couple, were the ring bearers, and Kianea Bierman, the couple’s daughter, was the flower girl. She wore an A-line satin dress with ivory taffeta.

A reception was held following the wedding at the Madras Elks Lodge. Zara and Connie Bierman cut and served the wedding cake, Brian Tiedemann poured, and Bobby Richardson had charge of the guest book and gift table. The couple is planning a honeymoon in Hawaii.

They have made their home in Madras with their three children, Daniel, Tyrell and Kianea. The groom is a corrections officer at Deer Ridge Correctional Institution, and a reserve officer with the Madras Police Department. He is currently enrolled at Clackamas Community College, working on a degree in criminal justice.

The bride works at Kah-Nee-Ta and is attending Clackamas Community College to earn a degree in office administration.

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