Scrivner - Mayo
Katherine is the daughter of Randy and Judith Scrivner of Waco. She is the granddaughter of Ruth Clark of Waco, and the late Jim F. Clark, Jim Scrivner, and Jan Scrivner. The bride graduated from Baylor University and is a second grade teacher for the Moody Independent School District.
Tyler is the son of the late Wendell Joe Mayo and Janice Eastwood, also of Waco. He is grandson of Francis Steele and the late Kenneth Joe Mayo, Frank Holland and Mildred Holland. Tyler graduated from West High School and is employed by Caterpillar.
Katherine was presented in marriage by her parents, and escorted by her father to the ceremony in a white horse drawn carriage adorned with white flowers. She was radiant in a strapless, mermaid silhouette ivory and silver gown. Intricate embroidery and Swarovski crystals enhanced the strapless sweetheart bodice all the way to its dropped waist, and organza flared skirt, adorned with layers of English net resting on top. Cascading buttons trailed center down the chapel length train. Her matching cathedral length veil was adorned with scalloped edge embroidery and Swarovski crystals with a second veil that extended to her fingertips. She carried a bouquet of lavender throated white calla lilies.
Maids of Honor were Jennifer Husak, future sister in law of the bride, and Ashley Meade. Mr. AJ Smith was Dude of Honor. Bridesmaids were sister of the bride, Margaret Smith, Mackenzy Rogers, Brooke Richardson, Martha Wheat, and Haley Bartell.
Best men were Robert Waters and Josh Jirasek, Groomsmen were Jacob Mayo, brother of the groom, AJ Robinson, David Wheat, Bryson Ford, Chris Cook, Lucas Sparks and Brandon Waters.
Erin Russell was the bride's flower girl. Ring bearers were Jayden and Ethan Wheat. Ushers were Paul and Robert Scrivner, brothers of the bride.
Following a honeymoon to the Island of Maui, the couple will reside in Waco, TX.
Katherine and Tyler would like to extend a special thanks to all who participated, celebrated with them, and helped to make their wedding day special.