The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen L. Hill of Boerne. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Wadle of Floresville. Prelude music began at 3:30 p.m. and was performed by the Myriad String Quartet of San Marcos.
The bride was given in marriage by her father, Stephen L. Hill, in a double-ring ceremony performed by Pastor Charles Flowers. She wore an ivory lace gown with a strapless, sweetheart bodice. The fit and flare silhouette was adorned with beading, and a side-split lace feature in the skirt revealed an inset of tulle. Romantic elegance was created with a lace-up back and traditional chapel train. She wore camel brown Western riding boots with a design of ivory embroidery.
She carried a bouquet of her favorite flowers wrapped in burlap and lace. Sunflowers and white daisies were the perfect accent for her bridal gown, and guests were surrounded with them in lovely floral designs along the walls of the chapel. Sconces were also decorated with branches and blue delphiniums for this country chic wedding.
The bride was attended by matron of honor Lisa Rose Krueger, a college friend from George West and maid of honor Carli Brown Carter, a friend since childhood who resides in Floresville.
The groom’s attendants were best man, brother of the bride Lee Austin Hill, who resides in Boerne, and groomsman, David Alan Wright, a friend of the bride and groom who resides in Choate.
The reception was held on site in the Amazing Love Reception Hall.
The bride and groom are employed by Wright Ranches and make their home in Pawnee.