Amanda Nicole Salem and Stephen James Fell were married Aug. 24 at Paso Robles, Calif. Wyn Gee, of Snellville, officiated the ceremony.

The bride is a graduate of Punahou High School, Loyola Maramount University, where she received a bachelor’s degree, and New York University, where she received a master’s degree. She is employed as a Web producer and editor at TMZ.

The groom is the son of Mr. and MRs. George E. Fell, IV of Snellville. He is a 2001 graduate of South Gwinnett High School and a 2005 graduate of Rice University. He is employed as a filmmaker in Los Angeles.

Lauren Murphy of Las Vegas, served as the maid of honor.

Bridesmaids were Blair Kilgore, of Atlanta, Anna Raju, of Redondo Beach, Calif., Jennifer Rasmussen, of Burbank, Calif., Dinara Salem, of Far Hills, N.J., Karina Salem, of Walnut Creek, Calif. and Pomai Uphouse, of Las Vegas. Nicole Salem, of Far Hills served as the flower girl.

George E. Fell, V, of Snellville serves as the best man.

Groomsmen were Brian Kelly, of Statesboro, Marcus Kilgore, of Atlanta, Sanjeet Patel, of Sherman Oaks, Calif., Jason Roberts, of North Hollywood, Calif., Richard Salem, of Walnut Creek, Paul Smith, of Los Angeles and Dave Worrell, of Sherman Oaks. George E. Fell, VI, of Woodland Hills, Calif., served as the ring bearer.

After a honeymoon in Curacao, the couple resides in Los Angeles.

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