Brittany Bonilla and Josh Byma were married on Sept. 6, 2014 at Jim Sprick Community Park, located on Chinook Pass near Naches. The couple celebrated the occasion with maids of honor Stephanie Bonilla and Amber Hazzard, both of Sunnyside; and attendants Allyson McDonald of Fargo N.D., Krystal Cogswell of Spokane, and Cecilia Sotelo, Jessica Phillis, Bailey Morris and Teagan VanGundy, all of Sunnyside. Kourtney Wilson of Hoquiam and Josh Sneile of Sunnyside served as flower girls, and Kris Bonilla and the couple’s dogs served as ring bearers. Marcus Schaneman of Sunnyside was the groom’s best man. Serving as ushers were Rusty Taylor, Roger Perales, Ryan Jonson, Jefferey Breeze, Denn Abrams and Chris Colton, all of Sunnyside. The bride wore two dresses, one for the ceremony and one for the reception. The ceremonial gown, designed by Allure, was a mermaid style fit with crystals throughout the dress. The chapel-length train finished the gown with a touch of elegance. An elegant, ivory laced dress decorated with “bling” along the torso was worn during the reception. The gown featured a slit designed to showcase her cowgirl boots. The bride’s mother, Karen Bonilla, designed the bridal bouquet with mint and peach colored flowers. The bride’s parents are Karen and Joe Bonilla of Sunnyside, and the groom is the son of Garret and Janet Byma, also of Sunnyside. Both are graduates of Sunnyside High School. The bride is a massage therapist and owner of Lower Valley Therapeutic Massage. The groom is employed by Simplot Grower Solutions. A reception in honor of the newlyweds followed the ceremony at Jim Sprick Community Park. The couple is making their home in Sunnyside.