Amanda Zink and Nicholas WintersMarch 14, 2013
Amanda Zink and Nicholas Winters, both of Jasper, exchanged wedding vows at 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 29, 2012. Father Tim Tenbarge officiated in Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Schnellville.
James J. and Terri Zink, 222 W. 20th St., Huntingburg, and Bill and Mary Winters, 2091 S. Celestine Road, Schnellville, are parents of the couple.
Organist was Lauren Sergesketter. Kevin Knust, cousin of the bridegroom, played the guitar and sang. Megan Hasenour, friend of the couple, also sang.
Programs and bubbles were distributed by Natalie Winters and Sarah Hinton.
Jamie Zink of Huntingburg was maid of honor for her sister. Bridesmaids were Michelle Loechte of St. Anthony, Jami Ferguson of Huntingburg and Brittany Burgdorf of Velpen, friends of the couple. Miniature bridesmaid was Emily Winters, Mishawaka, godchild of the bridegroom. Audrey DeLaGrange, Huntingburg, godchild of the bride, was flower girl.
Mr. Winters chose his brother, Steve Winters, Mishawaka, as best man. Groomsmen were Matt Hasenour, St. Anthony, friend of the couple; Rob DeGraff, Plainfield, brother-in-law of the bridegroom; and Andrew Zink, Huntingburg, brother of the bride. Usher was Jimmy Zink, Huntingburg, cousin of the bride. Junior groomsman was Garrett DeLaGrange, Huntingburg, nephew of the bride. Parker DeLaGrange, Huntingburg, also a nephew of the bride, was ring bearer.
Mr. Zink gave his daughter in marriage. The bride selected an A-line gown of white satin with a sweetheart neckline, lace-capped sleeves, beading, embroidery and side ruching. Her white veil had beading trim.
The bridesmaids were attired in floor-length, halter-style gowns of lapis chiffon.
Mrs. Zink wore a floor-length lavender, layered gown. Mrs. Winters chose a floor-length gown of purple taffeta with a matching jacket.
A reception was held at the St. Anthony Community Center.
The couple is residing in Jasper.
The bride is a 2006 graduate of Southridge High School, Huntingburg, and a graduate of Vincennes University Jasper Campus. She is a guard in human resources at Farbest Foods in Huntingburg. Mr. Winters graduated from Forest Park High School, Ferdinand, in 2003 and received a degree in criminal justice from Oakland City University in 2007. He is employed at Jasper Rubber.
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