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Smith-Yates wedding

 

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Mr. and Mrs. Dustin Smith

Rock Springs High School long-time sweethearts Dustin Smith and Paige Yates marry after seven years.

The marriage took place in Green River, at Detra Cates and Johnny Young's home in Jamestown, who are grandparents of the bride.

John King officiated the small, outdoor ceremony at 6:30 p.m. with friends and family. The Bride was given away by her parents, Willie and Leah Yates.

Davie Schultz was the maid of honor, Allie Schultz was a bridesmaid and Kylee Shultz was junior bridesmaid the, all of Lyman.

Tre' Yates of Green River was the best man, Alex Yates of Rock Springs was the best man, and Kolmen Shultz of Lyman was the groomsman.

The bride wore a Vera Wang white collection wedding dress; with a white lace jacket and a veil to match.

The colors of the wedding included green, purple and black; with peacock feathers. The wedding also included beta fish displayed as center pieces, as well as, many sparkling lights and Moroccan lamps.

The wedding dinner was buffet style catered by the bride's father Willie Yates. The reception also included a cake buffet prepared by Jenny Watkins-Shultz, who was assisted by her children. Cakes included were a white three-teared traditional wedding cake, which was surrounded by nine popular flavored cakes. The reception music and entertainment was done by Johnny K. of Shamrocks 'n Shenanigans.

The groom and bride are both RSHS Graduates from the class of 2013; as well as 2015 western Wyoming Community College graduates, their degrees include an associates in heavy equipment and diesel technologies for Dustin Smith and Paige Smith graduated with an associates in Sociology.

The Smith's honeymoon was spent in Key West, Fla., drinking margaritas and eating key lime pie, which originated in Key West. They watched the world famous sunset at Mallory square and were able to meet Robert, the famous haunted doll, on the Ghosts and Gravestone's tour.

They had a blast laying on the beach and seeing earnest Hemingway's house and his many cats.

 

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