Hayley Lynn McCreary and Ethan Andrew Munoz, both of League City, were united in marriage at 5 p.m. on June 14, 2014 in Alvin. The ceremony was officiated by Chuck and Rhonda Houston, youth pastors at Covenant Word Church in Webster.

A reception followed the ceremony at Joe’s Banquet Hall in Alvin.

The bride is the daughter of Kathy and Brian Smith of League City and Mark and Christy McCreary of Friendswood. Hayley is the granddaughter of the late Joyce and Harry McBay of Houston and Rose Smith of Pasadena and Harvey Smith of Onalaska and Jean and Eddie McCreary of Houston and Claudia Boedecker of Pearland and Jim Foster of Pearland.

The groom is the son of Virdeen and the late Johnny Munoz of League City. Ethan is the grandson of the late Betty and Virden Jantz of Texas City and the late Maria and Conrado Munoz of Dickinson.

On the eve of the wedding, the groom’s mother hosted a rehearsal dinner at Las Haciendas in Webster.

Alicia Spitzer of Houston served as the maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Micah Richardson of College Station, Kelly Jones of Friendswood and Nikki Jones of Friendswood. Ally Gonzalez and Alexa Carter of Pasadena served as flower girls. The brothers of the bride, Jacob Smith of League City, Sammy Smith of Pasadena and Toby McCreary of Friendswood served as ushers for the ceremony.

Henry Salmeron of Dickinson served as the best man and the groomsmen were Cody Stelling, Jarod Velvhuiven, both of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, and Matt Sandiche of Friendswood.

Hayley and Ethan are 2012 graduates of Clear Springs High School. They spent their honeymoon at South Padre Island and are making their home in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma with their dog, Buzz.

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