New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 21, 1996, Page 9

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

April 21, 1996

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 21, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Milestones Wagner and Cain wed in double-ring ceremony Miss Lacy Dawn Wagner and Mr. Cody Lain Cain were united in marriage Saturday, March 23, 1996, at four o'clock in the afternoon. Pastor Marvin Koenig officiated the doublering ceremony at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Bulverde. The bride is the daughter of Kay Wagner of New Braunfels and Ronnie Wagner of Spring Branch and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wagner and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cromwell of San Antonio. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lonye Cain and grandson of Emmitt Cain of Ozona. March 23, 1929, was the wedding date of the bridegroom’s grandparents. Given in marriage by both father and mother, the bride wore a wedding gown of white imported silk with a V-waistline and circular train dotted with pale yellow petals. The neckline was scalloped, and the bodice outlined with pearls in the floral outwork lace. The back of the bodice had diamond cutouts to the waist. The bride’s headpiece, a halo with yellow and white flowers, was fashioned by her mother. The three-tiered veil cascaded from her beautiful red hair. The bridal bouquet was of white roses with spring daisies and longstemmed bluebonnets. For something old, the bride carried a coin belonging to her father. Something borrowed was a chain on her garter. New was a white handkerchief, and blue was a pair of sapphire and diamond earrings, a gift from her mother. A sterling vase with long-stemmed yellow roses was placed on the ahar in memory of the bride’s grandmother. Ahar flowers included bluebonnets, daisies, sunflowers and pinwheels. Mrs. Laurie Keams of Bulverde, long-time friend, was bridesmaid. A sister, Julie Wagner, also of Bulverde, served as Matron of Honor. Their A-line dresses were of buttermilk yellow satin with square necklines and fitted bodices. The bridegroom was attired in a full-dress tuxedo and black bow tie with gold paisley vest. Best Man was Chad Buie of San Angelo. Serving as groomsman was Casey Cain, brother of die bridegroom. Ushers were Toby Wagner and Clay Wagner, brothers of the bride. All wore black tuxedos. Flower girls wove white satin full-skirted dresses and halos of silk yellow roses. The tiny sister, Alexis, carried a single long-stemmed btuebkxnet while Marissa Wagner, a cousin, carried a basket with flower petals. Ring bearer Lan Coates of Ozona, nephew of the bridegroom, wore a Mack tuxedo and black tie, matching the bridegroom’s attire. He carried a white satin pillow with attached streamers and die two wedding rings. Heart & V\scular 1= Institute of Texas C.W. Casey, M.D., FACC J.L. Garza, M.D., FACC K.F. James, M.D., FACC EJ. Leroux, M.D. FACC H.A. Martin, M.D., FACC R.A. Ollveros, M.D. FACC, FACP F J. Rubai cava, M.D. J.F. Seaworth, M.D., FACC, FACP T. Trusevich, M.D. EJ. Whitney, M.D., FACC R.F. 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Following die exchanging of vows, which had been carefully prepared by dm couple, and the exchanging of rings, the Wedding March was played. Connie Bremer served as organist The bride and bridegroom were then taken to a prearranged place where they met her father. A white horse and carriage waited to transport diem die one-and-a-half miles to die reception at Twin Sisters Hall. There decorations held true to West Texas flavor. Antique wagons circled the chuck wagon, wildflowers, hay, iron wash pots and a real camp fire delighted guests. Inside the hall, wild flowers and cacti hung from die ceiling as West Texas chandeliers sparkled in the night of dancing. Saddles with boots and flowers served as accent pieces. The bride’s table held a four-tiered wedding cake topped with a cowboy and cowgirl. Basket weave frosting covered the tiers, which were separated with daisies, bluebonnets and strawberries. The bridegroom’s German choco late cake was in the shape of entwined horseshoes. A buffet of barbecue, beans and salad was served to SOO guests. Attending from Ozona were: Peryi and Shane Fenton, Dan Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. Chad Buie, Mr. and Mrs. F. Buie and Mr. and Mrs. Rod Miller. The Grand March was led by Mr. and Mrs. Larry Triesch from Austin, the bride’s great aunt and uncle. A rehearsal dinner was held at Gary ‘O’s in Bulverde. The bride-elect was feted with luncheon shown* given by Tracy Wagner and Linda Baumgarther. The meal of chicken-fried steak and shrimp platter was served to IS guests. Attending a miscellaneous shower were Pat Cain and Deklyn Coates, mother and sister of the bridegroom. Hostesses Julie Wagner, Marcy Wagner, Amy Day and Suzan Jonas served fajitas, dips, chips and cake to the guests. The bride-elect was honored with a miscellaneous shower attended by IS guests. Hostesses Laurie Kearns, Priscilla Kearns, Amy Huckle and Dana Huckle served sandwiches and cake. The couple will reside in Spring Branch. 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