Anna Rachael Magidson and Brian Jamie Marx were married March 13 at Sunol Valley Country Club. Rabbi Patricia Karlin-Neumann, senior associate dean for religious life at Stanford University, officiated.

The bride is the daughter of Beth and Steve Magidson of Castro Valley. She graduated from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, and works for the Union for Reform Judaism in San Francisco.

Brian, who goes by Jamie, graduated from Cal Poly’s music program and was recently hired at Mervyn’s corporate headquarters.

Jamie proposed last June by singing Elton John’s “Your Song” to Anna and a group of friends in the choir room at Cal Poly. He offered the ring to her in a small wooden box, which he purchased in Italy early in their relationship. He kept it hidden until the proposal.

The newlyweds are living in Hayward.

Randi Sokoloff and Jeff Brown were married Oct. 12 at Nestldown in Los Gatos. Rabbi Janet Marder officiated.

The bride, a former event marketing manager, received a bachelor’s degree from U.C. Davis and is pursuing her master’s degree in social work at San Jose State University. She is the daughter of Marilyn Sokoloff of Los Altos and Murray Sokoloff of Santa Fe, N.M.

The groom, a general manager at NVIDIA in Santa Clara, received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas and an MBA from Pepperdine University. He is the son of Rho and Jerry Brown of Los Altos.

Maid of honor was Stephanie Zaientz. Best man was Jerry Brown. Bridesmaids were Kelli Brickman and Alyssa Blau. Ushers were Michael Sokoloff, Robert Blau and Rony Tal. The simcha in the redwoods took place in true Old World style, with all guests participating in the pre-wedding ceremonies for the bride and groom and a marathon hora, played by a local klezmer band.

The couple honeymooned in New Zealand.