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Prestage, Vasquez wed in double-ring ceremony

 

Kelly Jo Prestage and James Lee Vasquez were joined in marriage Saturday, November 15, 2014, during an outdoor ceremony at The Hofmann Ranch in Castroville. Reverend Lonnie Phillips of First Methodist Church of Hondo officiated the ceremony.

Parents of the bride are Jomel and Brenda Prestage of Hondo; parents of the groom are Denny Vasquez of College Station and Tom and Michelle Puckett of Brookshire.

The bride, escorted by her father, wore a candle-light colored trumpet, beaded gown. The key-hole back was adorned with strands of crystal beads, and she wore a diamond necklace made from earrings that her maternal grandfather had given to her grandmother. Her diamond earrings belonged to her paternal grandmother.

The bride’s attendants wore teal gowns of various styles. The bride’s sister, Breanne Granberg of Lytle, served as matron of honor. Kristin Reilly of New York City was maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Lyndsay O’Connell of Barksdale, Kassie Cox of Hondo, Holly Prestage of Lockhart, and Courtney Byrd of Houston. Honorary flower girl was Sydney Nicole Granberg of Lytle, niece of the bride. Beth Vasquez, sister of the groom, presided over the guest book.

Serving as best man was Bradley O’Connell of Barksdale. Groomsmen were Brian Ziese of Houston, Justin Andrews of College Station, Jason Vasquez of Jackson, MI, and Paul Granberg of Lytle. Ushers were Randy Hampton of San Antonio and Ryan Byrd of Houston. Junior groomsmen for their uncle were Hunter Vasquez and Christopher Hampton, both of College Station.

The reception and dance were held immediately after the ceremony, also at Hofmann Ranch. A fajita dinner was served before guests enjoyed music from Keith Lutz.

The groom’s cake was decorated with various fruits, and the mint-green bride’s cake was decorated with strands of pearls. Guest tables were decorated with strands of pearls and vintage flower vases containing hydrangeas, lilies and baby’s breath. Guests also enjoyed a cookie bar with different family recipes of cookies from both the groom’s and the bride’s families.

The groom’s parents hosted the rehearsal dinner the previous evening at Hermann Son’s Steak House in Hondo. The couple now resides in Irving, where the groom is employed by Earl Owens Company and the bride is employed by American Airlines.

 

 

 

 

 

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