Morton-Kohutek wedding vows said in Buckholts
Rev. Jimmy Haile of Black Jack performed the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of the late Kennard and Earline Morton and the groom is the son of Willie and Adeline Kohutek of Buckholts.
The wedding was held under a large pecan tree, decorated with an arch and green plants accented with pink, truffle and off white.
The bride’s dress was an off white Alfred Angelo design with small pink f lower accents of pearls, sequins and rhinestones with a lace bolero. The full-length train had matching accents.
Roxanne Bryan and Kristen Br yan ser ved as Matrons of Honor. Bridesmaids were Amy Hightower, Jennifer Wolf, McKaley Bryan and Madison Bryan.
Best man was Richard Alley. Groomsmen were Marty Bryan, Nathan Bryan, Donald Hightower, Brian Wolf and Grant Piemmann.
Flower girls were Ayla Wolf and Kaylee Hudgens and ring bearers were William Hudgens, Brooks Bryan and Lincoln Bryan.
The wedding party consisted of children and grandchildren of the bride and groom with the exception of the best man.
Thehousepartyincluded Johnny and Peggy Morton, Kennard and Vicki Morton, Jimmy Morton, and Russell and Pam Morton, All brothers and sistersin law of the bride. Ann Kohutek and Diane Dossett, sisters-in-law of the groom, were also in the house party of the groom.
The bride’s cake was white with raspberry filling and almond icing, decorated with off white roses and truffle ribbon accented with pink f lowers and baby’s breath.
The groom’s cake was a chocolate cake with vanilla filling and chocolate icing, decorated with a silver “K” and chocolate-covered strawberries.
Both cakes were made by the bride.
A reception was held at the SPJST Hall in Buckholts where a barbecue dinner was served and guests enjoyed dancing with DJ Jamie Jennings.
After a honeymoon in Shreveport, Louisiana, the couple has made their home in Buckholts.