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Wehe/McMahon Wedding
Wednesday, September 1, 2010 • Posted September 1, 2010

James Ryan McMahon and Heather Elizabeth Wehe were united in marriage May 22, 2010, at an out-door ceremony at Los Patios in San Antonio, Texas. Reverend Fred Martin, pastor of First United Methodist Church in Boerne, Texas, officiated the double ring ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Mark and Susie Wehe of Floresville, Texas. Heather is the granddaughter of Junius and Elvira Wehe of San Antonio, Texas and Donald M. Currer and the late Jane Currer of Floresville, Texas.

The groom is the son of Kevin and Terra McMahon of Coleman, Texas. Ryan is the grandson of Joan Whitaker and the late Weldon W. Whitaker of Mason, Texas, and James T. McMahon and the late Nila McMahon of Harper, Texas.

The bride wore a Maggie Sottero one-piece slim line white gown made of Gossamer Chiffon, rushed toward a beaded deep V-neckline with encrusted halter straps that transformed into a bar back treatment. The bridesmaids wore a butter yellow Alfred Angelo sundress with hot pink shoes, while the groom and groomsmen wore traditional black tuxes.

Matron of Honor was Ingrid Wehe, sister-in-law of the bride of Floresville, Texas. Bridesmaids were Brandi Gunn of Porum, Oklahoma, Leanne Tieken of Floresville, Texas and Chrystall Bucek of College Station, Texas.

Best man was Patrick McMahon, brother of the groom, from College Station, Texas. Groomsmen were Joey Belden of San Antonio, Texas, Josh Moody of Stephenville, Texas and Matt Moody of Carterville, Missouri.

The reception was held immediately following the ceremony at the Gazebo on the grounds of Los Patios. Guests were treated to an evening of refreshments, dinner, dancing and fellowship.

Ryan and Heather honeymooned at the Sandals Resort on the island of Nassau in the Bahamas. Upon their return, the couple will reside in College Station, Texas, where Heather, a graduate of Texas A&M, is a manager with Home Depot and Ryan will continue his college education, working on an Agriculture Education Degree, at Sam Houston State University.

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