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Wedding • Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Clark

Glynis Akins of Salado and Daniel Clark of Austin were wed Aug. 3 at 6 p.m. at First Baptist Church of Salado in a double ring ceremony with Rev. Andy Davis and Rev. Ferris Akins, grandfather of the bride, officiating.

Glynis is the daughter of Rick and Suzanne Akins of Salado.  Daniel is the son of Ronnie and Margo Clark of Granbury.

Given away by her father, the bride wore a Justin Alexander ivory gown with sheer Venice lace Sabrina neckline accents the sweetheart neckline with pleated regal satin sash at the waist, textured lace trumpet skirt and chapel length train.

The matrons of honor were Meredith Allen of Katy, sister of the bride, and Adrienne Warfield of Mars Hill, N.C., sister of the bride. Bridesmaids included Danisha Bucher of Belton, cousin of the bride; Lindsay Dubberly of Belton, friend of the bride; Julie Haynes of Belton, friend of the bride; and Marissa Smith of Belton, cousin of the bride.

Best men included David Clark of Fort Worth, brother of the groom, and Chris Clark of Baton Rouge, brother of the groom. Groomsmen included Michal Seibert of Burleson, friend of the groom; Kyle Peveto of Baton Rouge, friend of the groom; Tony Nichols of Helotes, friend of the groom; and Christ Morton of Austin, friend of the groom.

The flower girl was Annie Clark of Baton Rouge, niece of the groom. The ring bearer was Cason Clark of Baton Rouge, nephew of the groom.

Music was provided by David Kaulfus, keyboardist, Matt Wood, guitarist and soloist, and soloists Christy Jackson and Christan Hammonds.

The rehearsal dinner was provided by the groom’s parents at Dead Fish Grill. The reception was held at Tenroc Ranch – Blue Heron by the bride’s parents.

The couple took a wedding trip to San Diego, but will return to Salado to reside. Glynis is a graduate of Belton High School and the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. She’s a music teacher employed with the Salado Independent School District.

Daniel is a graduate of Grapevine High School and Abilene Christian University where he obtained his bachelor’s and master’s degrees before obtaining a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from the University of Texas at Austin. He’s employed as an adjunct professor.