A woman who allegedly ruined a bride's dream wedding was arrested on unrelated charges and booked into the Hays County jail on June 9.
Victoria Garza Velasquez was arrested on six outstanding warrants for theft and writing hot checks. Her bond was set at $9,500.
Velasquez was hired by Dana Shaw to book a wedding trip to Mexico for the bridal party and several guests.
Shaw and her groom Randy were set to exchange vows this week on a fishing yacht off Cancun.
Shaw said as the date grew near, guests began worrying about the trip because they had not received their plane tickets or any reservations for their stay at an all-inclusive resort.
Shaw said Velasquez made several excuses about the lack of documents and never produced any proof she booked the trip. Shaw was forced to cancel the trip at the last minute leaving her and the guests out of roughly $30,000.
Velasquez claimed the mix up wasn't her fault and promised to repay everyone but no one has been paid a penny.
Several guests paid by credit card and have been reimbursed for the fraudulent charges. At least two guests, including the father of the bride, paid by check and are unlikely to recover the money for the trip.
Velasquez will be held in Hays County for 10 days. She may end up going straight to the Comal County Jail to answer another warrant issued there.
Shaw said detectives with the Bexar County Sheriff's Office are still investigating the case involving her wedding trip.