Stotts-Boone Wedding

Miss Kyndall Leigh Stotts and Mr. Nathan Edward Boone were united in marriage on Saturday, January 16, 2016 at the Vista West Ranch in Dripping Springs, TX.

The double ring ceremony was officiated by the groom's uncle, Greg Nelson of Pearland, TX. The rehearsal dinner was hosted by the groom's parents at Salt Lick BBQ in Driftwood, TX.

The bride is the daughter of Roger and Kim Stotts of Lakeway, TX. The groom is the son of Glenn and Karen Boone of Bryan, TX. Both Kyndall and Nathan attended Sam Houston State to receive their Master's in Education Administration.

Kyndall's sister, Kelsey Stotts of Lakeway, TX, served as the Maid of Honor and Nathan's brother, Justin Boone of Houston, TX, served as the Best Man. The bridesmaids were Memorie Malish of College Station, TX, Katie Millslagle of Houston, TX, Lauren Lindsey, sister of the groom, of Madisonville, TX, Rachel Ibarra of Bryan, TX, Lindsey Groff of Castroville, TX, Macy Rucker, cousin of the bride, of Van, TX. The flower girl was niece of the groom, Addison Lindsey of Madisonville, TX.

The groomsmen were Koby Rudasill of Houston, TX, Travis Carrabba, Dr. Hugo Ibarra, and Ross Carrabba, all of Bryan, TX, Allen Lindsey, brother-in-law of the groom, of Madisonville, TX, and Garrett Stotts, brother of the bride, of Lakeway,TX.

The couple will be honeymooning in Estes Park, Colorado this summer. Kyndall and Nathan reside in Bryan, TX where Kyndall teaches Kindergarten at Sam Houston Elementary and Nathan is the Assistant Principal at Bonham Elementary.

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