Krista Leann Mower of Jacksboro and Aaron Wayne Kauitzsch of Garland were married in a double-ring ceremony Saturday, Nov. 23, 2013 at the First Christian Church in Fort Worth.
The bride is the daughter of Jerry and Tina Mower and the granddaughter of Carol Davis, Jr. and Melba Mower and Loyce Ingram and the late Yvonne Davis, Sylvia Mower and Joe Ingram.
The groom is the son of Gary and Suzanne Kauitzsch of Garland and the grandson of Anne Grigis of Fort Worth Cecil and Mildred Kauitzsch of Hamilton and the late Eric Grigis.
Rev. Tom Plumbley, minister of the First Christian Church, officiated the ceremony.
The bride wore an almond ivory Coco Anais a-line bridal gown of duchess satin and lace. Her gown had a tulle skirt with frayed floral detailing. The top of the gown had a crisscross pleated bodice with a sweetheart neckline and a beautiful beaded band at the waist. She wore her mother’s floor length veil. She carried a bouquet of ivory, taupe and blush hydrangeas and roses with brooches incorporated into the bouquet.
The bride’s sister in law, Kate Mower was her matron of honor and Keili Elenburg of Fort Worth was her maid of honor. Elly Westergren of Fort Worth, Sydney Stom of Austin, Maggie McWhirter of Burleson, Amanda Tollett of Austin, Kim Staley of Jacksboro as well as the groom’s sister, Lindsey Kauitzsch of Garland were bridesmaids. Attendants wore a strapless black floor length gowns and carried blush, ivory and taupe bouquets of hydrangea, mums and quicksand roses. The flower girl was Maya Krishnan of Allen, Texas.
The best man was Cody Malin of Frisco. Groomsmen included Joey Castleman of Garland, Christopher Redman and Ben Dunlap of Bedford, Garrett Bell of Fort Worth, Ryan Moeck of Plano, Jaron Covey of Arlington and Kelly Mower, brother of the bride of Jacksboro. Ring bearers were Mace and McCoy Mower of Jacksboro, nephews of the bride.
A reception was held at the T & P Rail Station with music by the Jeremy Powers band.
Following a honeymoon to the Dominican Republic, the couple will reside in Frisco.