Andrea Audritsh of Mandan, North Dakota and Andrew Peterson of Page City, Kansas were married August 18, 2018 at 3:30 in the afternoon at The Home Place Farm in Molalla. Pastor John Reutter-Harrah performed the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of James and Gina Audritsh of Hubbard and the groom is the son of Tim and Rebekah Peterson of Page City, Kansas.
The bride wore a beautiful white trumpet mermaid gown by Casablanca. The maid of honor and bridesmaids wore long burgundy dresses. The flower girl wore an ankle length white dress. The groomsmen wore navy tuxedos. The groom and dad's all wore navy with burgundy ties and handkerchiefs. The bride carried a hankie that was previously a bonnet she wore home from the hospital when she was born with the intent to carry on her wedding day as a hankie and was made by lifetime friend Misty Lee. The bride also wore her great-grandmothers pin on her bouquet.
The maid of honor was Miranda Audritsh, sister of the bride. The best man was Matthew Temaat, the groom's best friend. The bridesmaids were Megan Coffelt, best friend of the bride. Lydia Peterson, groom's sister, the flower girl was Gwenivere Kahut, and the program girls were Addison and Kylie Kahut. The groomsmen were Ethan Jirak and Derek Kannenberg, friends of the groom, and the ring bearer was Noah Barber, nephew to the groom.
The bride graduated from North Marion High School in 2011 and received a bachelor's degree in Dental Hygiene from Pacific University in 2015. The groom graduated from Oakley Senior High School in 2013 and has a bachelor's degree in Geoscience from Pacific Lutheran University in 2014.
Andrea works as a Dental Hygienist in Standing Rock HIS, and Andrew is an Environmental Scientist at North Dakota Department of Health. After a honeymoon at Sandals Resort in Jamaica, they will reside in Mandan, North Dakota.
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