Hudspeth, King exchange vows at FUMC in Brady

Danielle Hudspeth of Wimberley and Randall King of Brady wed July 8 at the First United Methodist Church in Brady with Bobby Price officiating. Danielle is the daughter of Kenneth and Sammie Hudspeth of Wimberley, and Randall is the son of Joe and Mary King of Brady. Escorted by her father, the bride wore a dress with lace bodice, a full organza skirt and a chapel-length train. Her bouquet consisted of pink roses hand-tied with white tulle ribbon. Danielle’s sister, Teresa Carson, assisted as the matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Christina Richardson, sister of the bride and Kathy Lining, friend of the bride. The matron of honor and bridesmaids wore navy satin floor-length gowns and carried bouquets of pink roses hand-tied with white tulle ribbon. Logan Carson, nephew of the bride, attended as the ringbearer, and Mica Carson and Jenna Carson, both nieces of the bride, served as flowergirls. Jason Adams, friend of the groom, was the best man while Brian King, brother of the groom and Gary Bishop, friend of the groom, served as groomsmen. The groom and groomsmen each wore classic black tuxedos. Ushers for the event were Holt Carson, Jeff Richardson, Vince Thompson and Michael Mays. The church was accentuated with ivy and white candled tiered pillars draped with sheer white tulle bows. The opening song, “Praise the King” was performed by Teresa Carson and the bride’s father sang “Have I Told You Lately” after giving away the bride. After vows were exchanged, Tim and Jeana Fulfer sang a duet “He Gave Me You.” The reception followed in the fellowship hall, and simple decorations of ivy, tulle, sheer white bows and childhood photos of the bride and groom adorned the tables. The bride’s table held the four-tiered cake made with smooth white icing, small pink flowers and a pink bow made of icing that decorated the top. The groom’s table held a chocolate cake shaped like a tennis court. The bride and groom danced to “I Never Saw Blue Like That,” and the father/daughter dance was to “In My Arms.” The bride is a secretary at Fredericksburg Middle School and the groom is a tennis coach at Fredericksburg High School. They are now residing in Fredericksburg.

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