Engagement- Korinna Gish and James Mauldin

Korinna Gish and James Maudlin Photo by Tammy Bears of Artistic Photography ny Tami


Engagement: Korinna Gish and James Mauldin

By From page B5 | September 13, 2013

Korinna Gish and James Maudlin, both of Shingle Springs, are planning a September wedding.

The bride-to-be is the daughter of Marty and Kimberly Gish of Shingle Springs and is a travel agent.

The groom-to-be is the son of Jeff and Catherine Mauldin of Cameron Park and is a welder.

The bride will be given in marriage by her parents.

The wedding ceremony will be performed by Pastor Martin Cordova at a home in Holiday Lake, Shingle Springs with the reception at the Cameron Park Community Center. DJ Ray will provide the music.

Matron of honor is Alyssa Summers of Shingle Springs and the bridesmaids are friends of the bride: Lisa May, Orangevale; Jessica Boyajian, Shingle Springs; Mariah Godfrey, Chico; and Ashley Miller, Los Angeles.

Best Man is Cade Grismer, friend from San Luis Obispo. The groomsmen are; Paul Waldow, Placerville, friend; Cameron Gish, Shingle Springs, bride’s brother; Mitchell Summers, Shingle Springs, friend; and Joey Lewis, Shingle Springs, friend.

The flower girl is Katie Allen, Utah, cousin of bride and the ring bearer is Kaden Allen, Utah, cousin of bride.

A.J. Mauldin, brother of the groom of Cameron Park, is serving as usher.

The couple plans to live in Shingle Springs.

The bride and groom would like to thank all their family and friends who are a part of this experience and helping them live their dream and they can’t wait for this special day.

Democrat Staff

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