Nicole Stetter and Grant Curfman

Nicole Stetter, Bluffton, became the bride of Staff Sgt. Grant Curfman, also of Bluffton, at 3:45 p.m. Saturday, March 2, 2013. Bluffton Mayor Ted Ellis officiated at the ceremony in Wells County Art Center, Bluffton. The center was decorated in a winter theme with white fur mittens, snowflakes and ice-covered trees.

The bride is the daughter of Gary Stetter of Huntingburg and the late Aline Stetter. David and Valerie Curfman, Indianapolis, are parents of the bridegroom.

Theresa Stetter of Huntingburg was maid of honor for her sister. Heather Curfman, Indianapolis, sister of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid.

Best man was Ryan Creakbaum, Indianapolis, a friend. Thaddeus Grage, Indianapolis, a friend, was groomsman. Ushers were Luke Stetter of Kyana, Ted Stetter of Princeton and Vic Stetter of Jasper, brothers of the bride. Ring bearer was the bridegroom’s son, Liam Curfman, Bluffton. He was assisted by Lorelei Stetter, Olivia, N.C., niece of the bride, who rode in a miniature, handmade sleigh, pulled by Liam.

The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a fitted and flared, strapless, ivory gown with lace, a laced-up back and a chapel train. She also wore a hooded cape of ivory satin with fur trim.
The bride’s attendants were attired in malibu blue chiffon dresses with snowflake jewelry and white fur muffs accented by ribbon and snowflakes.

A reception followed at the Wells County Art Center.

The couple is at home at 523 E. Ohio St., Bluffton.

The bride graduated from Southridge High School, Huntingburg. The bridegroom, a graduate of Ben Davis High School in Indianapolis, is a National Guard employee at Bluffton National Guard Armory.

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