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Katherine Vick & Justin Bibb United in Marriage
Wednesday, February 1, 2012 • Posted February 1, 2012

Katherine Gladys Vick and Justin Earl Bibb, Jr. were united in marriage at 7:00 P.M., on September 24, 2011, at Perkins Chapel, Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. The double-ring ceremony was officiated by the Rev. Timothy Scott Frickenschmidt. Vocalist James Treg Hudson, Jr., cousin of the groom, organist Benjamin Kolodziej and pianist Rozanna Vancil provided the nuptial music. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at The Belo Mansion, in Dallas. On the eve of the wedding, a rehearsal dinner was hosted by the groom’s parents at Mattito’s restaurant.The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Diana Baldwin Vick of Dallas, Texas and her late husband, Mr. Marvin York Vick, Jr. of Madisonville, Texas. She is the granddaughter of Mr. Donald Mull Baldwin and the late Mrs. Donald Mull Baldwin of Lenexa, Kansas, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Marvin York Vick, Sr. of Madisonville, Texas.The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Justin Earl Bibb, Sr. of Mason, Texas. He is the grandson of the Mr. and Mrs. Samuel August Hoerster, III of Art, Texas, and the late Mr. Buddy James Bibb of Chickasha, Oklahoma, and the late Mrs. Patsy Clark Bibb of Luther, Oklahoma.The bride selected a silk taffeta gown designed by Amsale. The ball gown silhouette featured a strapless bodice with a hand-pleated center and skirt. A rouched taffeta sash was enhanced by a vintage crystal and pearl broach that accented the natural waist. The full A-line skirt ended in a semi-cathedral length train. Her two-tier veil was edged with satin ribbon and extended to the train.The bride carried a bouquet of white peonies, roses, ranunculus, hydrangeas and stephanotis, adorned with pearls. The bridesmaids wore full-length, strapless, slate blue taffeta gowns by Priscilla of Boston and carried bouquets of deep pink, coral, orange, yellow and pale green roses, cymbidium orchids and blue-green hydrangeas.The bride was given in marriage by her mother and escorted down the aisle by her brother-in-law, Eliot Eppes Kerlin, Jr. of Dallas. Attending the bride as maid and matron of honor were Elizabeth Baldwin Vick and Corrie Vick Kerlin, the bride’s sisters, both of Dallas. Bridesmaids included Marlow Elizabeth Holland of Dallas, Dixie Lynn Houser of Houston, Texas, Sarah Elisabeth Morgan of Dallas, and Lauren Marie Rodekohr of Bellaire, Texas. Members of the house party included Grace Anne Arnold of Dallas; Hillary Ann Bibb and Jessica Elizabeth Bibb of Mason, both sisters of the groom; and Jodi Lynn Hatton of Houston, Texas. Bell ringers were Madison Leise Cano and McKenzie Jay Cano of Midland, Texas, both cousins of the groom; Davis Vick Kerlin, Eliot Eppes Kerlin, III and Mercer York Kerlin of Dallas, all nephews of the bride.Serving as the best man was James Treg Hudson, Jr. of Mason. The groomsmen were Cecil Louie Allred, III of Dallas; Jacob Reese Bibb of Mason, the groom’s brother; Jonathan Lee Hager of Bellaire; Peter Deuland Hess of Katy, Texas; and Austen Ryan King of Stephenville, Texas. Junior groomsmen were Elliot Madison Bibb and Garrett Edwin Bibb of Mason, both brothers of the groom. Ushers were Ross Clayton Lehmberg of San Antonio, Texas, and Richard Taylor Sigman of McLean, Virginia. Scripture readers were Emilie Jordan Bibb of Boerne, Texas, the groom’s sister, and Eliot Eppes Kerlin, Jr. The bride is a graduate of The Cambridge School of Dallas. She received her Bachelor of University Studies in Architecture from Texas A&M University, where she was a member of Pi Beta Phi. She is currently a project manager at Mohon-Imber Interiors, L.L.C. in Austin.The groom is a graduate of Mason High School. He received his Bachelor of Arts in English at Texas A&M University. He is currently a recruiter for TEKsystems in Austin.Following a wedding trip to Seattle, Washington, the couple is at home in Austin.

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