• October 23, 2016

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Reider — Hallmark

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  • Reider — Hallmark

Lauren Leigh Reider and Dustin Cole Hallmark were united in marriage on June 22, 2013, at Kindred Oaks in Georgetown with Judge Bill Cooke officiating. In a double-ring ceremony, the bride was given in marriage by her parents.

The bride wore a lavish silky taffeta wedding dress that was professionally customized by Signature Bridal Salon. It featured a sweetheart neckline and a textured trumpet skirt made of luminous taffeta flowers. The flowers were embellished with pearl clusters in the center of each bloom and completely covered the chapel-length train. Diamond earrings and her grandmother’s ring completed her ensemble. She carried a bouquet of sunflowers strung with twine.

The bride is the daughter of John and Dayna Reider of Harker Heights. She is employed as a marketing manager for John Reider Properties.

The groom is the son of Dawn Harris and the late Floyd Hallmark of Killeen. He is employed as a maintenance supervisor for John Reider Properties.

The matron of honor was Megan Jean Morrison and the bridesmaid was Kaya Kreiger. The best man was Doug Srock.

The flower girls were Madison Hinshaw, Skylee McAfee, Madison McGlothen, Carter Grace Woolard and Ashton Woolard. The ring bearer was Jacob Hinshaw.

A reception followed at Kindred Oaks in Georgetown. The couple plans a wedding trip to Cancun, Mexico. They reside in Harker Heights.

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