Vyvlecka-Shuman wedding

By April 20, 2011

Amy Vyvlecka and Eric Schuman celebrate on their wedding day. Courtesy photo

Amy Vyvlecka and Eric Schuman celebrate on their wedding day. Courtesy photo

Amy Vyvlecka and Eric Shuman, both of Sacramento, were married on March 26, 2011, at St. James Catholic Church in Davis.

The bride is the daughter of Robert and Teresa Vyvlecka of Woodland. She is a graduate of San Francisco State University. She is employed as an assistant to the director of campus recreation at UC Davis, as well as a dance and theater educator at the Woodland Opera House.

The groom is the son of Stephen Shuman of Sacramento and Karen Meyer of Woodland. He is a graduate of San Diego State University. He is employed as a claim professional for auto appraisal with Traveler’s Insurance.

The wedding was officiated by Father Innocent.

The reading was by Howard Hupe and Patricia Glass.

The maids of honor were Ashley Hall of Davis and Michelle Vyvlecka, the bride’s sister, of Woodland. The bridesmaids were Marissa Gamble of North Carolina, Ander Mikalson of Virginia, Dr. Jenn Austin of Oakland and Lisa Shuman, the groom’s sister, of Sacramento.

The best men were David Sieferman of Sacramento and Matthew Giebel of San Diego. The groomsmen were Nathan Stroski of Santa Barbara, Justin Lundgaard of Texas, Jedidiah Patrum of Georgia and Robert Vyvlecka, the bride’s brother, of Davis.

The reception was held at The Old Sugar Mill in Clarksburg. Music and entertainment was provided by SJs Disc Jockey.

The couple honeymooned in Maui, Hawaii. The newlyweds live in Sacramento.

Enterprise staff

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