Former Manchester resident Aimee-Rose Bond and J. Cesar Esparza-Avila exchanged wedding vows July 28 at El Sol Pacifico Estate in Malibu, Calif.
The bride was presented by her mother, Mary Ann Bond of San Diego.
The bride attended Coffee County Central High School in grades nine through 12th, she graduated Franklin Road Christian School in 2002, Middle Tennessee State University in 2008 and the University of Nevada at Las Vegas. She is employed in public relations.
She is the daughter of the late Euell Thomas Bond and Mary Ann Bond of San Diego.
The groom is a 2007 graduate of Clark Country High School, a CSN/UNLV University of Nevada Las Vegas class of 2009. And is employed in insurance and investment banking.
His parents are Ana and J. Cesar Avila of Las Vegas.
The wedding party included Future is Female: Amber Bond-Golden of Murfreesboro; Loressa Schultz of Charleston, S.C.; Sarah Gassman-Wilbanks of Charleston; Leigh Brendle of Atlanta; Georgia Monica Scott of Nashville; Stephanie Harris-Kilbride, of Scotland(UK); Gabrielle Newberg-Scott: Norman, Okla. And Holly Gassman-Carroll of Manchester.
The Junior Future is Female: Anora Golden of Murfreesboro; Jaida Schultz of Charleston, and Juliana Schultz, also of Charleston.
The groom’s party included Ethan Esparza of Las Vegas; Hazel Prado of Las Vegas; Kris Harris: Great Falls, Mont.; John Chavez of San Jose, Calif.; Silas Carroll, of Manchester; Sam Duarte, of Las Vegas; Brandon Esparza , of Las Vegas and Anton Korovchenko, of Las Vegas. Sean Harris led the smoke ceremony.
The destination of the wedding trip is Puerto Rico.