Mrs. Rolf Schaefer
SALADO -- Wendy Winters of San Antonio, formerly of Belton, became the bride of Rolf Schaefer of San Antonio, in a double-ring ceremony Saturday, April 13, at the Salado Civic Center Gazebo in Salado.
The bride is the daughter of Susan and Monty Montgomery and Casey and Tina Winters of Belton. The bridegroom is the son of Josef and Marie Schaefer of San Antonio.
David Fuller officiated. Music was by Gayla May, pianist, of Georgetown; Ron Clemons, trumpeter, of Belton; and Alice Winders and Marty Roberts, soloists, of Belton.
Given in marriage by her father, Casey Winters, the bride wore a three-piece strapless organza gown with embroidery and rocals, sequins, bugle beads and seed pearls. The A-line skirt was enhanced with schiffli embroidery.
Maid of honor was Nicole Duffey, cousin of the bride, of Keller. Bridesmaid was Kim Mavis, cousin of the bride, of Leander.
Best man was Steven Morales of Houston. Groomsmen were Kenny Davis of San Antonio.
Flower girl was Bretta Winters, sister of the bride, of Belton, and ring bearer was Kyle Winters, brother of the bride, of Belton.
Seating guests were Trey Montgomery and Jay Montgomery, both brothers of the bride, of Belton.
A reception followed at Mill Creek County Club.
The couple will live in San Antonio.
The bride attended Belton High School and is a chiropractic associate with Alamo Heights Chiropractic Center. The groom attended Judson High School in San Antonio. He is owner of Adler Services.
The couple hosted the rehearsal dinner held Friday at First Baptist Church of Belton.
Mrs. Stacy Fincher
Marina Sharukha of Omsk, Russia became the bride of Stacy Fincher of Temple in a double-ring ceremony Saturday, April 13, at Memorial Baptist Church in Temple.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nicolay Volokhin of Omsk, Russia. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David Fincher of Temple.
The Rev. Henry Billingsley of Gatesville officiated. Music was provided by Natalie York and Cynthia Kirby of Temple.
The bride wore a Valentin Yudashkin ivory gown with an elegant off-the-shoulder neckline. The dress was adorned with a fitted pearl and sequin bodice with a full-length chiffon skirt.
Maid of honor was Wendy Fincher, sister of the groom of Wharton. The bridesmaid was Kayla Fincher, sister of the groom of Temple.
Best man was Ronnie Stefek of Arlington. Groomsman was Christopher Strawn of Greenville.
Seating guests and serving as candle lighters were Eric Cox of Taylor and Keith Smith of Temple.
A reception followed at the church fellowship hall.
After a wedding trip to Austin the couple will live in Temple.
Mrs. Monto President
Tamela Moneke Flowers of Temple became the bride of Monto Toriano President of Temple, in a double-ring ceremony Saturday, March 30, at St. James United Methodist Church in Temple.
The bride is the daughter of Patsy Flowers of Temple and the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Flowers Sr. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David President of Temple.
The Rev. Quinton Gibson officiated. Music was by Jamelle Houston of Temple and soloist Sonya Trailer.
Given in marriage by her uncle, Micheal Flowers, the bride wore a candlelight Contessa couture wedding gown with a princess neckline, tank-top bodice, heavily beaded with a unique swirl design made of clear bugle beads and crystal clear sequins.
Matron of honor was Carmen Dargin of Lake Charles, La. Maid of honor was Tiffanie Williams, sister of the bride, of Temple. Bridesmaids were Tanisha Flowers, Leticia Herron and Cassandra Smith, all of Temple, Shirlenia Washington of Fort Bragg, N.C., and Iretha Gardner of Temple.
Best men were Dwharence "Dutch" President, brother of the groom, and Deon Chiles of Temple. Groomsmen were Jimmie Thompson, Derek Spears, both of Austin, Dwight Willis, Ron Kindred and Markel Carter, all of Temple.
Flower girls were Toriana President, Alexus Shipp-President, Deja Williams and Denaudia Linzy of Temple, and ring bearer was J-Markis Blanchard of Lake Charles, La.
Seating guests were La Toya Wells, Jessica Finley, Victoria Smith, Quinten Flowers, Darron Gardner and Anthony Wells Jr., all of Temple.
Candle lighters were Maya Williams and Silas Moten Jr. of Temple.
A reception followed at Gober Party House.
The couple will live in Temple.
The bride, a 1992 Temple High School graduate, attended Temple College and Prairie View A&M University. She is a nurse with the Central Texas Veteran's Health Care System.
The bridegroom is a 1992 Temple High School graduate. He attended Incarnate Word and Trinity Valley Community College. He is employed at Pactiv.
The bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Flowers Jr., the groom's parents and aunt, Veronica Moten, served as hosts for the rehearsal dinner held Friday, March 29, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Flowers.