Society

Jackson-Boyd vows said in double-ring ceremony


Mr. and Mrs. Paul Andrew Boyd Mr. and Mrs. Paul Andrew Boyd Dorothy Alicia Jackson and Paul Andrew Boyd of Tomball were united in holy matrimony at Crystal Springs in Magnolia on May 14, 2011. Officiating at the double-ring ceremony was Dr. Don Savell, chaplain with the Harris County Sheriff’s Office.

The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Barbara Stutz of Wheat Ridge, Colorado, and the late Rober t St ut z. The g room is the son of Mary Jane Boyd of Rockdale and the late Delmar B. Boyd.

Cheri Slaughter of Magnolia, friend of the bride, served as the matron of honor. Bridesmaids were sister of the bride, Kat Savage of Houston, and friends Emma Hoffman of Montgomery and Cathy Sykes of Cypress.

Ju n ior br ide sma id wa s a niece of the bride, Erin Savage of Houston. Flower girls were a niece of the bride, Allison Stutz of Denver, Colorado and a niece of the groom, Mayce Allen of Houston.

Dubya Slaughter of Magnolia, childhood friend of the groom, served as best man. Groomsmen were friends James Morrow and Craig Darlow of Tomball and Johnny Walling of Houston, all deputies with Harris County Sheriff’s Office.

Usher s were t he g room’s brother, Timothy Boyd of Houston, and brother-in-law, John Wallis of Brenham, and brother of the bride, Andy Stutz of Denver, Colorado.

L inda a nd Mike L amber t of the Spare Parts Band sang “Feels Like Home.”

The bride wore a gown designed by Alfred Sung and carried a bouquet of calla lilies, peacock feathers and tiny white flowers, and adorned with white ribbon and silver trim.

The wedding reception was held immediately following the ceremony at Crystal Springs in Magnolia, where a fajita dinner was ser ved and dancing followed.

The wedding cake, made by The Bavarian Cakery, was a multi- tiered cake w ith six sma ller sur rounding cheese cakes and iced with whipped cream. A cr ystal motorcycle ornament engraved w ith the couple’s names and wedding date was on the second tier of the wedding cake, while the top was decorated with two silver hearts intertwined.

The sma l ler su r rou nd i ng cakes were topped with cookies decorated with a picture of the couple enjoying a motorcycle ride, the Texas f lag, Colorado f lag, the shield of the Harris County Sheriff’s Office, their pet dogs, D.J. and Ria, and the emblem of the Reguladores, Lonestar Chapter, a law enforcement motorcycle club, of which they are members.

There was also a candy table designed and set up by Dana Morrow of Tomball. The table included various types of candy, pictures of the couple, and was decorated in the couple’s chosen colors, blue and black.

The br ide is employed as a project manager with the Horizon Group International of Houston and the groom is a deputy with the Harris County Sheriff’s Office.

They will make their home in Tomball.


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