Tate Elizabeth Crawshaw and Darren Richard Francis Moser, both of Wichita, exchanged wedding vows at 5 p.m. Nov. 29. The double-ring ceremony was at Risen Savior Lutheran Church with pastor Tom Harmon officiating.
The bride?s parents are Chris and Tonya Crawshaw of Wichita. Her grandparents are Gary and Sharon Mueller of Hillsboro and Suzanne and Rick Ricken?berg of Hesston.
The groom?s parents are Gary and Melodee Moser of Hunter, Okla.
Trevor Torgerson served as crucifer and Landry Stow was unity cords attendant. Michelle Meyerhoff was the musician. The bride?s bouquet was designed by Car?mon Jones, Concepts by Carmon.
The maids of honor were Sloane Crawshaw and Taryn Torgerson. Brides?maids were Emily Ripper?ger, Leah McPherson Befort, Kristie Moser Shellhorse, Audry Tozier and Cheryl Seiwert. Elaina and Lillian Tozier were flower girls.
The best man was Daniel Moser. Groomsmen were Tanner Bushnell, Zach Patterson, DePaul Brewer, Bryan Tapia, Christopher Mai and Scott McCall. Ushers were Carl Mackey and David Monkton.
The reception was at Corporate Hills Marriott, Wichita. Hosts and hostesses were Chris and Rebecca Tozier and Jay and Jennifer Stow. Reception assistants were Carina Ramirez, Barb Gabbert-Bacon, Kim Parker, Sandy Parker Brennan and Kristi Torgerson.
A rehearsal dinner at The River City Brewing Co. in Wichita was hosted by the groom?s family.
The bride is a graduate of Maize High School and Wichita State University, earning an elementary education degree. She is a first-grade teacher in the Halstead/Bentley school district at Bentley.
The groom is a graduate of Pond Creek Hunter High School, Hutchinson Com?munity College and Wichita State University, earning a degree in criminal justice.
He is employed with the Kansas Highway Patrol as a master trooper.
The couple reside in Wichita.