Tyler Selles and Melissa Engelhardt, both of San Francisco, were married in October.
Selles graduated from Lodi High School in 2006 and then from California State University, East Bay in 2014. He is employed by UPS. He is the son of William and Diana Selles, of Lodi.
Engelhardt graduated from Lodi High School in 2006. She then graduated from Sonoma State University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 2011 and from San Francisco Art Institute with a Masters in Fine Arts degree in 2013. She is employed as a teacher at Fusion Academy of Marin.
The couple was married on Oct. 25, 2014 at Grace Vineyards. The ceremony was performed by Alex Colla, of San Diego, a grade school friend of the bride and high school friend of the groom, who was ordained specifically to marry the couple.
The bride wore an ivory, strapless San Patrick Hanbal gown with a floral lace embroidered bodice and full feather tulle skirt and train. A satin bow to the waist was designed and added by the bride. She also wore a single tiered, waist length veil. She carried a bouquet of white hydrangeas with shades of orange peonies and roses, purple statice, sunflowers and fall berries.
The best man was Aaron Selles, of San Diego, brother of the groom. The groomsmen were Caleb Fachner, of Lodi; Kyle Williams, of Fresno; Michael Coe, of Lodi; Brett Boliou, of Sacramento; and Greg Stevens, of Lodi, all high school friends of the groom.
The maid of honor was Mallory Engelhardt, of San Rafael, sister of the bride. the matron of honor was Amy Tusman, of San Mateo, college friend of the bride. The bridesmaids were Jessica Guantone, of Lodi, Amanda Hardwick, of Walnut Creek, Amy Koch, of Los Angeles, all high school friends of the bride; and Sarah Nantais, of San Francisco, college friend of the bride.
The flower girls were Addie Penta and Arden Penta, of San Francisco.
Special guests were Glendola McMillen, of Lodi, grandmother of the groom; and Inez Null, of Lodi, grandmother of the bride.
The two spent their honeymoon in Jamaica. They have made their home in San Francisco.