Jessica Sue Peek and Derek Wayne Johnson, both of Roanoke, were married Oct. 20, 2012, at M.D. Resort in Aurora. The Rev. Roy Fountain officiated the double-ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Jim and Jan Peek of Rhome.
The groom is the son of Wayne and Sundie Johnson of Grapevine.
Escorted by her father, the bride wore a gown by CB couture which featured a sweetheart neckline in ruched French satin – accented with Swarovski beading – and a soft, A-line skirt of lace over champagne satin. Scalloped lace adorned the chapel-length train, which matched her tulle veil.
She carried a bouquet of heirloom brooches from both of the couple’s families. The bouquet was made by the bride’s mother and included lace from the bride’s grandmother’s wedding gown.
Matron of honor was Amanda Baker. Bridesmaids were Kami Claiborne, Jennifer Potter, Kristen Hansen, Libby Beagle, Richelle Austin, Beth Anne Burns and Katy Goetz.
They wore lace dresses in neutral tones with cowboy boots and carried silk roses embellished with burlap and lace.
Flower girls were Ashton Tate, daughter of Chad and Kelly Tate, and Paisley Tate, daughter of Jordan Tate.
Ringbearer was Brady Peek, son of Chris and Jen Peek.
Best man was Chad White. Groomsmen were Justin Ford, Sean Cochran, Chase Rowlan, Shawn Hines, Richard Cowan, Chris Peek and Rob Sarpalius.
Ushers were Cole Farden and Paul Claiborne.
A reception hosted by the bride’s parents followed at M.D. Resort.
The dinner was catered by Babe’s Chicken, and the cake was served by Carolyn Weiss and Jenny Miller, the bride’s aunt and cousin.
The bride graduated from Northwest High School and attended Tarleton State University and Tarrant County College. She works for Babe’s.
The groom graduated from Grapevine High and the University of North Texas. He works for Johnson Excavation.
Following a trip to Playa del Carmen, Mexico, the couple will reside in Southlake.