Natasha Jaworski and Matthew Moser, both of Dallas, Texas, were married April 12, 2008, at Fort Worth, Texas, in a double ring ceremony with John Paul Vick, husband of the bride’s stepsister, officiating. The bride was given in marriage by her parents, George and Cheri Jaworski, Springfield, Ill., and Sharon and Steve Geiss, Ottawa. She was escorted by her father.The groom is the son of Larry Moser, Colorado City, Texas, and Diane Moser, Denton, Texas.She wore a candlelight Nicole Miller gown with spaghetti straps, and she wore a flower in her hair. She carried lisianthus, viburnum, lily of the valley, fox tail, dusty miller and herbs.Matron of honor was Jackie Belich, Carlisle, Penn., friend of the bride. Best man was Zach Moser, Lake Dallas, Texas, brother of groom.Ushers were Roland Jaworski, Kansas City, Mo., brother of bride, and Glynn Urba, Lake Dallas, Texas, friend of groom.Readers at the ceremony were Shannon Moser, sister of groom, and Roland Jaworski, brother of bride. Moser read Emily Dickinson and Jaworski read a Native American wedding poem. The couple took a wedding trip to Europe.They live at Farmers Branch, Texas.The bride graduated from Harding University with a bachelor of arts degree in advertising. She works at Brown & Co. Advertising.The groom graduated from North Texas University with a bachelor of science degree in finance. He works as a vice president for Citibank.