Kandice and Jarrod were married at 3 p.m. March 17, 2013, at The Ball-Eddleman-McFarland House in Fort Worth. Travis Pirkle, friend of the couple, officiated the ceremony.
The bride wore a strapless ivory, tulle, hand embroidered and beaded tea-length gown by Oleg Cassini. She carried a bouquet of red rose, calla lily, rhinestone and feather complimented by her great-grandmother’s brooch as well as an Alice in Wonderland clock charm, a gift from the groom’s mother.
The bride was accompanied by her maid of honor and best friend, Krissy Pirkle and bridesmaids, Maria Griffin, Lacey Nabers, Cheyenne Walker and Piper Wallace who all wore black dresses and held a single stem red rose with feathers.
The groom was accompanied by his best man and brother, Ian Jack and groomsmen, Michael Flowers, Matthew and Jeremy Jack. Ushers were Bryson Walker, Parker Wallace, Seth and Hollan Morris all cousins of the bride. Ringbearer was Jonathan Frias, nephew of the groom, and the flower girl was Caitlin Burke, sister of the bride.
The groom and wedding party walked out to Christina Perri’s “A Thousand Years” and the bride walked out to Tim McMorris’ “Overwhelmed.”
The theme of the wedding was old Hollywood with apple red, black and silver for the colors.
The reception was held on the patio of The Ball-Eddleman-McFarland House which was decorated with a four-foot candelabra as well as personalized champagne glasses, cake servers and votives.
The bride and groomed shared their first dance to Chris Cornell’s “Finally Forever.”
The wedding cake was a three-tiered, black and white, movie themed creation and the groom’s cake was a movie clapboard.
The couple was provided with a honeymoon suite in Fort Worth. After the honeymoon, they will reside in Fort Worth.
The bride is a 2006 graduate from Azle High School and works at DSS Industries in Fort Worth. The groom is a 2007 graduate of Azle High School, studied at TCC and is currently an assistant manager with Walgreens Corporation.