Abby Steckler and Tyler WendholtJanuary 23, 2014
Abby Steckler and Tyler Wendholt, both of Huntingburg, were married Saturday, Oct. 5, 2013. The 1:30 p.m. ceremony took place in St. Mary Catholic Church in Huntingburg. Father Godfrey Mullen officiated.
Michael and Margie Steckler, 650 W. First St., Huntingburg, and Paul and Sheila Wendholt, 4641 W. Holland Road E., Huntingburg, are parents of the couple.
Amanda Smith provided music for the ceremony.
Alicia Gogel of Ferdinand was maid of honor. Also attending the bride were Ashley Steckler of Evansville; Jessica Riecken of Elberfeld; Maria Steckler of Lake Zurich, Ill.; Lacey Vollmer and Morgan DeCoursey, both of Huntingburg; Hannah Guy of Carmel; and Laura Seib of Murfreesboro, Tenn. Flower girls were Aubree and Avery Gogel of Ferdinand.
Mr. Wendholt chose Brad Wendholt of Huntingburg as best man. Groomsmen were Jake Wagner of Jasper; Justin Love, Corey Steckler and Ryan Kunkler, all of Huntingburg; Matt Vanmeter of Borden; Jake Guy of West Lafayette; and Jared Steckler of Evansville.
The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, selected a mermaid-style gown of Alencon lace with short sleeves and a low back.
The bridesmaids wore long, caramel gowns with assorted lace bodices.
Mrs. Steckler chose a long, navy blue gown with a lace bodice and three-quarter-length sleeves. Mrs. Wendholt wore a short, purple, peplum dress.
A reception was held at the Lange-Fuhs Farm at Jasper.
The couple is residing at 708 W. Sunset Drive, Huntingburg, after a wedding trip to Negril, Jamaica.
The bride is a Southridge High School, Huntingburg, and a University of Southern Indiana, Evansville, graduate. She is employed at Exposures Fine Photography in Huntingburg.
Mr. Wendholt, also a Southridge High School graduate, graduated from Indiana State University. He is a pilot for Best Home Furnishings.
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