Brandelle Marie Younggren and Quentin Bradley Delph were married Nov. 6, 2004, at the First Christian Church in Pendleton.

The Rev. Marc Mullins presided at the ceremony. A reception followed at Pendleton City Hall.

The bride is the daughter of Julie and Andrew Younggren of La Grande. Delph is the son of Deborah and Edward Delph of Weston.

The bride's sister, Andrea Younggren of La Grande was maid of Honor. Bridesmaids were the bride's sister, Christina Younggren of La Grande and Cheree Niemeier of Bend. The groom's cousin, Krista Colvert of Weston, was flower girl.

The g room's brother, Ryan Delph of Bend, was best man. Groomsmen were the groom's brother, Eric Delph of Portland, the bride's brother, Jeremy Younggren of La Grande and Kris Robinson of Pendleton. Ring Bearer was the bride's cousin, David Rollins of Beaverton. Ushers were the bride's cousin, Bradley Beottcher of Helena, Mont. and Matt Humbert of Weston,

The bride wore a traditional gown with embellished sleeves, six strands of pearls criss-crossing along the back and a cathedral-style train.

Her two-tier veil was trimmed in lace with dried flowers on the comb. She carried a bouquet of white roses and other fall-colored flowers made by Deborah Delph.

The bride graduated from La Grande High School in 2002. In December 2002, she graduated U.S Coast Guard boot camp, and is now stationed with the U.S. Coast Guard at Barber's Point Air Station, Hawaii, where she is training to be a medical corpsman.

Delph graduated in 1998 from Weston-McEwen High School, and attended Wyoming Tech where he became a certified diesel mechanic in 2001. Now works for Oceanic Construction companies.

Following a short stay at Helena, Mont., the couple reside at Ewa Beach, Hawaii.

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