Oyler, Wolff united in marriage
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Mr. and Mrs. Ryan James Wolff
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Rachel Robbie Oyler of Sundown was married to Ryan James Wolff of Pawnee on April 9, in an outdoor ceremony at Double Creek Crossing near Caldwell. The double-ring ceremony was performed by Wes Hall, retired Justice of the Peace, and took place underneath majestic oak trees on the manicured lawn.

The bride wore a Jasmine couture strapless tulle gown with a sweetheart neckline. It was adorned with beaded appliques on the fitted bodice, the A-line skirt and Tiffany train. The fingertip white tulle veil was edged with pearls and crystals. She wore a pearl and silver necklace and matching earrings, as well as a pearl bracelet given to her by the groom. Her bridal bouquet was a hand-tied arrangement of mixed spring flowers, roses, delphiniums and stargazer lilies wrapped with a white satin ribbon.

Kimberly Oyler of Sundown, sister of the bride, served as the maid of honor. Bridesmaids included Chelsea Idle of Sundown, Katie Maples and Emily Adamcik of Sugarland, Christina Loran of Lubbock, and Jestine Pineda of McKinney. They each carried bouquets of mixed spring flowers.

Eric Wolff of Pawnee, brother of the groom, served as the best man. Groomsmen included Clay Wolff of Stockdale, Matthew Majewski of Cypress, Perry Moore of Tyler, Joshua Brown of Tomball, and David Thiele of Sugarland.

The flower girl was Alyssa Rivera, cousin of the groom, and the ring bearer was Matthew Russell, cousin of the bride. Megan Shick, sister of the groom, read selected verses from 1 Corinthians 13. Music was provided by Charles Mims III of Austin, cousin of the bride.

As the sun began to set, guests were welcomed to the covered terrace, where they enjoyed a catered reception of beef and chicken fajitas. The tables were set with white tablecloths with white ribbon lace appliques. Each table was decorated with hydrangeas or stargazer lilies with either hurricane globes with white pillar candles tied with royal blue ribbon or cylinder vases tied with royal blue satin ribbons set with blue gemstones and floating candles.

The bride’s table held a square four-tier stacked cake of white and Italian cream cake with butter cream icing. Each layer was adorned with pearls and embossed designs of flowers, diamonds and swirls. The groom’s table held a chocolate cake adorned with the Texas A & M seal. Three Lego© chefs were busy rolling out fondant to complete the final corner of the cake, which had exposed Lego© blocks.

Rachel is the daughter of Dr. Jay and Kristie Oyler of Sundown. Her grandparents are Dave and Patsy Oyler of Cooper, and the late Connie and Robbie Wilson of Fort Worth and Lois Wilson of Fort Worth. Ryan is the son of Floyd and the late Carol Wolff of Pawnee. His grandparents are Gene and Jody Gregory of Floresville, and Billie Jo and the late Bennie Wolff of Stockdale.

Rachel is a 2005 graduate of Sundown High School and a 2009 Summa Cum Laude graduate of Texas A & M University in College Station. She is employed as an electrical engineer by L3 Communications in Greenville.

Ryan is a 2005 graduate of Three Rivers High School and a 2009 graduate of Texas A & M University in College Station. He is employed as a systems analyst with Texas Instruments in Plano.

After a week-long honeymoon in St. Lucia, the couple will reside in Princeton.
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