Wedding: Martin Schrader wed

Nicole Caroline Martin, daughter of Rick and Yalonda Martin of Deer, became the bride of Eric Schrader, son of Eugene and Vicki Schrader of Schulenburg, Texas, on May 25 in a backyard ceremony at the home of the bride's grandparents, Wendell and Carolyn McCutchen, in Bellefonte.

Nicole Caroline Martin, daughter of Rick and Yalonda Martin of Deer, became the bride of Eric Schrader, son of Eugene and Vicki Schrader of Schulenburg, Texas, on May 25 in a backyard ceremony at the home of the bride's grandparents, Wendell and Carolyn McCutchen, in Bellefonte. Attending the bride as maid of honor was Jamie Lindsey and junior bridesmaid Rylea Martin. Tyler Srubar served the groom as best man. Oakley Martin and Chloe Lindsey served as flower girls, and Tucker Krupala and McCoy Krupala served as ring bearers. A reception was held following the ceremony. A variety of outdoor activities, including miniature golf, cornhole, and a photo booth were also available for the guests during the reception. The bride is a graduate of Deer High School and Arkansas Tech University where she received a Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management and a Master of Science in Health Informatics. She is currently employed as a Systems Analyst-Advanced at Arkansas Children's Hospital.

The groom is a graduate of Schulenburg High School and Sam Houston State University where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communications. He then moved to Arkansas in 2012 and is currently employed as a Financial Adviser by Edward Jones.

The couple is currently residing in Jacksonville, AR, with a honeymoon to Playa del Carmen, Mexico, planned in September

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