Lacy Devin Spain and Jimmy Ray Jumper were united in marriage at 5 p.m. Saturday, March 27, 2010, at Star Hall in Corsicana. Pastor Jarvis Smith performed the double-ring ceremony.
Lacy is the daughter of John and Wanda Spain of Blooming Grove. She is the granddaughter of Jimmie Spain and the late Robert Spain of Richland, and Mary Baker and the late Thurman Baker of Corsicana.
Jimmy is the son of Kyle and Linda Jumper of Frost and Linda Jumper of Midlothian. He is the grandson of Melba Jumper and the late Ray Jumper of Paris, and Dorothy Henderson of Ennis.
The bride was given in marriage by her parents and escorted by her father. She wore a white strapless A-line gown by Michael Angelo with a turquoise sash secured with a crystal brooch. She also wore black boots with a turquoise inlay. The bride carried a bouquet of red roses and white daisies.
The groom wore a long-sleeve white Cinch shirt with dark blue jeans, boots, and black felt cowboy hat.
The maid of honor and longtime best friend of the bride, Natalie Montfort of Tyler, wore a strapless tea-length turquoise dress and carried a bouquet of white daisies.
The best man and groom’s stepbrother, Tommy Bernard of Waxahachie, wore dark jeans, a red long-sleeved Cinch shirt, boots, and black felt cowboy hat.
Ceremony music was provided by the bride’s sister, Chelsea Covington, and friend, Candace McCain, who also sang Keith Whitley’s “When You Say Nothing at All.”
The altar was decorated with cowhides, a covered iron wagon, trees, and lights. The fireplace was decorated with childhood photos of the couple and candles. Following the ceremony, friends and family celebrated with a barbecue dinner and dancing. Dinner was cooked by the bride’s father and her aunt, Lisa VanLoocke, who also decorated.
Tables were decorated with white tablecloths, cow print runners, turquoise and red bandanas, mason jars with tea lights, and pictures of the couple.
The new couple danced their first dance to “Yours and Mine” by Kyle Park.
The bride’s cousin, Stacy Ray, made both cakes. The bride’s cake was a three-tiered white cake decorated with red and turquoise daisies. The groom’s cake was chocolate, in the shape of a horseshoe, and surrounded by chocolate-covered strawberries.
At the end of the evening, the couple left for The Worthington Hotel in downtown Fort Worth. The hotel room was provided by close family friends of the bride.
Lacy is a 2006 graduate of Blooming Grove High School and a 2009 graduate of Tarleton State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in agriculture economics. She works for the USDA office in Hillsboro as a Farm Service Agency program technician.
Jimmy is a 2002 graduate of Midlothian High School and is employed by Jumper Drywall and Acoustics.
Following the honeymoon, the couple is residing in Waxahachie.