Monday, 28 November 2011 by Keith Bahlmann
Kristin Penney Becker of Garland and Jonathan Ryan Fabrizi of Garland were married in a double ring ceremony Nov. 5 at the Adolphus in Dallas. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth S. Becker of Belton. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rinaldo Fabrizi of Garland. Pastor Randy Dicken officiated.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an ivory ball gown designed by Priscilla of Boston. The silk satin strapless gown featured an illusion neckline adorned with a crystal encrusted necklace applique. A satin waistband led down to the pleated chapel length train. Small satin buttons adorned the back of the gown from the bodice to the train.
Matrons of honor were Mrs. Jennifer Dobson of Dallas and Mrs. Jennifer Kukla of Tomball, cousin of the bride.
Best man was Kourosh Yazdani of Addison. Groomsman was Richard Becker of Oxnard, Calif, cousin of the bride.
Music was provided by Simply Strings of Dallas. Scripture was read by Mrs. Fluerette Rehak of Temple.
Following the ceremony a cocktail hour was held with music by Dallas String Quartet "Electric." The seated dinner was held at the Century Ballroom. Guests were entertained and danced to Frank Sinatra era music provided by Paul Salos, "The Voice" and his band.
After a wedding trip to the Silversands Resort in Mexico the couple will live in Dallas.
The bride is a graduate of Belton High School and of Southern Methodist University. She holds dual degrees in International Studies and Politcal Science. She is an Account Executive in the Special Litigation Group for a major national insurance company.
The bridegroom is a graduate of The University of North Texas with a degree in English Literature. He is employed as a bodily clains adjuster for a national insurance company.
Parents of the bridegroom were hosts for the rehearsal dinner at Maggiano's Little Italy, Northpark.