Kristi Grimm, of Beaverton, daughter of Tom and Kathy Grimm of Warrenton, exchanged wedding vows with Adam Israel, of Beaverton, May 5, 2007, at the North Coast Family Fellowship in Seaside. The groom is the son of Kent and Kathy Israel of Warrenton and Mike and Sandy Kirlin of Hillsboro.

The bride was given in marriage by her parents. Pastor Glen Maiden performed the ceremony.

The bride wore a strapless beaded gown.

Maid of honor was Melanie Hess of Beaverton. Bridesmaids were Heather Madden of Klamath Falls, Michelle Stinnett of Nashville, Tenn., and Bess Hendryx and Brittany Israel of Astoria. Flower girl was Mina Grimm of Hillsboro. Candle lighters were Madison and Allison Geir of Astoria.

Best man was Kurtis Israel of Bend. Groomsmen were Scotty Parker of Warrenton, Kent Israel Jr. of Astoria, Randy Gray of Gladstone and Mike Little of Kellogg, Idaho. Ring bearer was Kaden Israel of Bend. Ushers were Jeff Taylor of Portland, Jason Billings of Cornelius, Richard Griffin of Medford and Jeff Sully and Adam Svensen of Astoria.

The bride graduated from Seaside High School in 1999 and from Southern Oregon University in 2003. She is co-owner of The Human Bean in Seaside.

The groom is a 1997 graduate of Seaside High School and a 2003 graduate of Southern Oregon University. He is a loan officer at OnPoint Community Credit Union and co-owner of The Human Bean in Seaside.

A reception at the Seaside Elks followed the ceremony.

The couple honeymooned in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

The couple will live in Seaside.

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