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Power/Simon Wedding
Wednesday, March 9, 2011 • Posted March 9, 2011

Wesley Wayne Simon and Kaley Lenee’ Power were united in marriage April 24, 2010, at a Circle H Lodge on Inks Lake in Burnet, Texas. The lakeside ceremony was officiated by Justice of the Peace of Burnet.

The bride is the daughter of Dudley Power and Lana Schmidt-Morris together with Janet and Rex Taylor of Corpus Christi, Texas. Kaley is the granddaughter of Betty Vaughan also of Corpus Christi.

The groom is the son of Dewayne and Sheri Simon of Mason. Wesley is the grandson of Gene and Jeanne Kidd of Katemcy, Texas and Claude and Doris Simon of Mason, Texas.

The bride’s white strapless gown featured pleating detail with silver embroidery and pearls accents. The back of the gown was a full button closure. The satin bodice was fitted and ruched. The bridesmaids wore black silk dresses and carried red roses, while the groom and groomsmen wore traditional black tuxes.

Maids and Matron of Honor were Cami Power and Cori Gandara, sisters of the bride of Corpus Christi and Raeann Sanford, friend of Austin, Texas. Bridesmaids were Krystle Hanzik of Houston, friend; Allie Power of Odem, cousin; Amanda Sanders of Corpus Christi, friend; Jenna Davis of Dallas, friend.

Best man was Casey Simon, brother of the groom, of Mason. Groomsmen were Cody Simon of Mason, cousin; Tyson Brown of Austin, friend; Kenny Simon of Austin, uncle; Joshua Puckett of Pflugerville, friend; Justin Walker of Wimberley, friend; Anthony Clarkson of Pflugerville, friend.

The reception was held immediately following the ceremony on the terrace of Circle H Lodge. Guests were treated to a refreshments, dinner and dancing.

Wesley & Kaley spent a week-long honeymoon in the Hawaiian Islands. Upon their return, the couple will reside in Dripping Springs, Texas where Kaley, a graduate of University of Texas at Austin, is employed by Flynn Construction. Wesley completed his studies at Texas State Technical College in Waco and is employed at B & B Collision as an auto-body specialist.

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