Laura Lee Graham and Erik Daniel Moore were married Saturday, August 1st, 2009, in an early evening ceremony at their home in Bellingham.The bride is the daughter of Walter Graham of Mill City, OR and Brad and Debra Spak of Burlington, WA. The groom is the son of Daniel and Sally Moore of Bellingham. Janet Ott officiated the double-ring ceremony. Colleen Milton, of Bellingham, and Kaela Graham, sister of the bride, of Seattle, were maids of honor. Travis Hurley of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island was the best man. Chaya Dupree and Baylee York, both of Bellingham, were bridesmaids. Niece Corrin van Woerden was flower girl, and nephew Addison Williams assisted her in strewing rose petals down the aisle. Nephew Brahm van Woerden was ring bearer extraordinaire. Nephew Saunder van Woerden initiated the Unity Candle ritual. Mary Nelson played fiddle for the ceremony, Kali Tupper sang during the Unity Candle ritual. Square dancing was hosted by Lucas Hicks and his band. Dave Richards DJ'd the couples' favorite songs. DJ Postal spun downtempo dance music. The bride works as a part-time personal assistant. The groom is a supervisor for the Department of Ecology for Washington State. Together they produce events for Boogie Universal Arts Collective.Erik and Laura Moore spent their ten-day honeymoon road-tripping down the coast to the Redwoods and up to Cougar Hot Springs of Oregon. They live in Bellingham.
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