Anastasia DeBolt and Erik Traulsen

Anastasia DeBolt and Erik Traulsen

Anastasia DeBolt and Erik Traulsen

Anastasia “Sophie” DeBolt and Erik Traulsen, Chandler, Arizona, were married Friday, July 14, at Alderbrook Resort, Union. The service was led by Pastor Jeannie Scott.

The summer wedding was celebrated by an intimate gathering of family and close friends as the bride and bridegroom exchanged their wedding vows aboard The Lady Alderbrook on Hood Canal. A reception was then enjoyed by the party at the Alderbrook Lodge, following a cocktail cruise to congratulate the newlyweds.

DeBolt is a 2012 graduate of W.F. West High School, Chehalis, in 2012 and the University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, in 2016. She is a systems engineer at the General Motors Innovation Center, Chandler, Arizona.

Her parents are Richard and Amy DeBolt, Chehalis.

Traulsen is a 2012 graduate of Shoreline High School and the University of Arizona in 2016. He is an engineer manager at the General Motors Innovation Center in Chandler.

His parents are Bob and Theresa Traulsen, Shoreline.

Maid of honor at the wedding was Mia Coss, Orange County, California. Bridesmaids were Sharon Traulsen, sister of the bride, Shoreline, and Austin Powell, cousin of the bridegroom, also of Shoreline.

Flower ladies were Atiana Waters, sorority sister of the bride, Aurora, Texas, and Sara Weber, also a sorority sister of the bride, Scottsdale, Arizona.

Best man was David Greif, a friend of the groom, Reno, Nevada. Groomsmen were Austin DeBolt, brother of the bride, Chehalis, and Mark Fleckinstein, a friend of the groom, Portland.

Following the wedding, the couple took a trip to the Sandals Resort in the Caribbean at St. John’s, Antigua.

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