• February 22, 2017

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Cintron-Garner Wedding

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Cintron-Garner Couple exchanged vows in Vegas. Michelle Cintron and Lance Garner, both of Copperas Cove, exchanged wedding vows in a June 22, 2012, evening ceremony at Sunset Gardens in Las Vegas, Nevada. Pastor Larry J. Pauli officiated the double-ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mary Cintron and the late Victor Cintron Jr. She is the granddaughter of Liduvina Llera and the late Jose Lera of Chicago, Ill. The groom is the son of Lee and Kim Garner of Kempner, and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allison of Lampasas County, and Jimmie Garner and the late Winola Garner of Bertram.

A wedding gabezo was featured in the courtyard. Trees were decorated with twinkling lights, and there were arrangements of fresh roses in shades of pink. The gazebo was finished with white curtains and pink bows. Titus Mastrangelo, brother of the bride of Chicago, Ill., gave his sister in marriage. The bride wore a strapless lace trumpet gown with a sweetheart neckline. It featured a shirred tulle bodice that swept into a train. Her elbow-length single-tier veil was covered in pearls and crystals. An embellished comb in her hair also had crystals and pearls.

To complement her gown, the bride carried a hand-tied bouquet with ivory roses, pale-pink calla lilies and stephanotis with pink crystals in the center. It was wrapped in ivory with black pins. Bridesmaids were Breanne Garner, sister-in-law of the bride, of Anderson County; Natasha Mastrangelo, sister-in-law of the bride, of Chicago; and Jessica Pechak, the groom’s cousin, of Lampasas County. Attendants wore black satin one-shoulder dresses with a bow detail and a rouched empire waist. They carried hand-tied bouquets of light-pink roses and hot-pink gerbera daisies tied with pink satin wrap and black pins.Groomsmen were Grant Garner, brother of the groom, of Anderson County; Brent Garner, the groom’s brother, of Midland; and Chad Pechak, cousin of the groom, of Lampasas. Ushers were Tom Beato of Killeen, and C.J. Bryant of Austin.

Following the ceremony, a dinner was held. A dance with a disc jockey was part of the festivities. Round tables were covered in black tablecloths embellished with black-and-white runners.

Chairs were covered with white cloth and tied with large pink satin bows. Crystal bowls with floating candles and flowers served as table centerpieces. The four-tiered wedding cake featured the bottom layer covered in chocolate and crystals. A third layer was covered in chocolate with pink embellishments and crystals at the base.The cake’s second layer was covered in white fondant with a chocolate band around it, centered with a pink flower. The top layer was in pink fondant with chocolate touches, topped with a crystal “G.”

The couple spent several days after their wedding in Las Vegas. They are at home in Copperas Cove.The bride earned a bachelor of business administration degree in business management from Texas A&M University at Corpus Christie. She is a property manager for Hattaway Properties. The groom graduated from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville with a bachelor of science degree in kinesiology. He is a teacher and coach at Lampasas Middle School. A rehearsal dinner was given by the groom’s parents at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas.

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