Katie Lee Webster and Jocef Chance Hartz were united in marriage on March 9 at Thistle Springs Ranch in Cleburne, Texas in a double ring ceremony officiated by Doug Cecil of Christ Chapel Bible Church in Fort Worth, Texas. Parents of the couple are Mitch and Jennifer Webster of Kansas City, Mo. and Don and Janet Hartz of Fort Worth, Texas. Grandparents of the bride are Harold and Virginia Langrehr of Great Bend and the late Marvin and Elizabeth Webster. Grandparents of the groom are Don and Dorothy Hartz of New Braunfels, Texas and Ruth Collins of Fort Worth, Texas.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a fitted ivory strapless gown by Allure featuring all over beaded and sequined lace with a chapel length train.
Matron of honor was Rebecca Parr, sister of the bride, of Kansas City, Mo. Bridesmaids were Bridget Tierman and Tara Prinle, both of Fort Worth, Texas, Annie Sanko of Olathe, Mazie West of Austin, Texas, Katelinn Phillips of Kansas City, Mo., and Ashley Bird of Houston, Texas. They wore matching above the knee champagne lace dresses.
Best man was Mikle Hartz, brother of the groom, of Fort Worth, Texas. Groomsmen were Mark Malunowe, Cory Ottinger, Lonnie Evans, David Kim, and Chase Lampley, all of Fort Worth, Texas, and Wayne Emerson and Trent Hunter of Dallas, Texas.
Ushers were Jason Parr of Kansas City, Mo., David Gaines of Dallas, Texas and Rickey Stevens of Forth Worth, Texas.
Flowergirls were Adelynn Parr, Amelia Parr, both nieces of the bride, of Kansas City, Mo. and Aubrey Hartz, niece of the groom, of Forth Worth, Texas. Ringbearer was Logan Lampley of Fort Worth, Texas.
The bride is a graduate of Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas with a degree in Early Childhood Education. She is a first grade teacher in Fort Worth, Texas.
The groom is a graduate of the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas with a degree in history. He is employed as a U.S. History teacher at Haltom High School.
After a honeymoon trip to Costa Rica, the couple reside in Fort Worth, Texas.