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Haley Elizabeth Jones Samuel Garrett Snyder

by Cary Jenkins | September 6, 2020 at 2:09 a.m.
Haley Elizabeth Snyder (Tara Smith Photography)

Haley Elizabeth Jones and Samuel Garrett Snyder exchanged marriage vows at 6 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 29, in South Spring Baptist Church, Tyler, Texas. The Rev. Chris Sherrod officiated.

Parents of the bride are Lyndell J. Jones and the late D. Lance Jones of Little Rock. Her grandparents are Lillian Joy Holt and the late Harold Lloyd Holt of Little Rock.

The groom is the son of Kellie and Kent Snyder of of Palestine, Texas. He is the grandson of Merc and Fred Snyder and Alice Crawford, all of Palestine.

The chancel was decorated with arrangements of white roses. Meredith Bergwall sang during Communion.

Escorted by her brother, Brendan Alexander Jones, the bride wore a white strapless ballgown and carried a bouquet of white roses.

Serving as maid of honor was Hope Bostrom of Dallas. Bridesmaids were Liz Flaherty of Minneapolis; Grace Stogner, Brooke Carter and Whitney Renshaw, all of Dallas; Amber Goodrum of Houston; Abby Ryan of Waco, Texas; Kelsey Kaigler of Tyler; Lauren Sikes of Georgetown, Texas; Natalie Buzan of Oklahoma City; Hannah Petersen of Nashville, Tenn.; Mackenzie Hanna of Kansas City, Kan.; and London Hall of Fayetteville. They wore mist blue off-the shoulder gowns.

Best man was Tres Robinson of San Antonio. Groomsmen were Michael Atkinson of Tyler; Paul Webb of Greenwood, Ind.; Dakota King of Cypress, Texas; Mark Krejci of Allen, Texas; Vernon Jogie and Shane Britton, both of Elkhart, Texas; Jesse Coker and Parker Hamon, both of Palestine; Wesley Ives of Kansas City, Mo.; Alexis Chapa of Little Elm, Texas; Grant Snyder of Austin, Texas, brother of the groom; and Jacob Motl of Columbus, Texas.

Flower girls were Mazzy Carpenter of Dallas, and Audrey Wood and Harper Wood, both of Keithville, La. Miles Carpenter of Dallas was a ring bearer.

A reception, decorated with arrangements of white roses, was held at The Venue at Centaur Farms in Tyler.

The bride is a graduate of Baylor Nursing School and is employed with Texas Arthritis.

The groom is a graduate of Texas A&M and is an engagement coordinator for South Spring Baptist Church.

After a wedding trip to Antigua, the couple will live in Tyler.

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