Paya and Schmautz

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Kadyn Kee Schmautz and Julien Hervé Paya were married Aug. 10 at the De Yong farm in Kalispell.

The bride is the daughter of Alan and Joyce Schmautz of Kalispell. The bridegroom is the son of Jean-Pierre and Eliane Paya of Valence, France.

The ceremony was performed by Keith Buzzard, co-director of Youth With A Mission Lakeside.

Bridesmaids were Amity Malberg and Katie Borgen, both of Kalispell.

Flower girls were Avilia Schmautz, Maayan Paya and Emma Schmautz.

Groomsmen were Jean-David Paya and Alexandre Paya of Valence, France.

Ring bearers were Zander Schmautz, Elliot Schmautz and David Paya.

The bride is a graduate of Flathead High School and Whitworth University and is a graphic designer.

The groom is a graduate of Lycée Barthélemy de Laffemas and is a project coordinator for Youth with a MIssion.

The couple reside in Taipei, Taiwan.

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