Caitlyn Clark and Joshua TobinJune 26, 2014
Caitlyn Clark of Bloomington and Joshua Tobin of Huntingburg exchanged wedding vows at 3:30 p.m. Saturday, March 8, 2014, in the Huntingburg Event Center in Huntingburg. Judge William Weikert officiated.
Sandra and Anthony Clark and Candace and Daniel Tobin, all of Huntingburg, are parents of the couple.
Music for the ceremony was provided by Kevin Powell.
Marinda Buck of Greenwood, friend of the bride, was maid of honor. Also attending the bride were Courtney Payne of Huntingburg and RaeAnn Wintin of Brownstown, friends of the bride, and Courtney Patberg of Huntingburg, cousin of the bride. Flower girl was Mackenzie Tobin of Huntingburg, sister of the bridegroom.
Mr. Tobin chose the bride’s brother, Patrick Clark of Huntingburg, as best man. Groomsmen were Matthew Hughes and Christian Bornefeld, both of Huntingburg, and James Venekamp of Bloomington, all friends of the bridegroom. Ushers were Sean Clark, brother of the bride, and Mitchell Tobin, brother of the bridegroom. Ring bearer was Jacob Wedding of Evansville, cousin of the bridegroom.
Mr. Clark gave his daughter in marriage. The bride chose a strapless ball gown of ivory tulle with a ruched bodice and pearl and rhinestone embellishments. A tiered veil had pearl detailing. The bride carried a bouquet of white roses, blue hydrangeas and pearls.
The bridesmaids wore tea-length, A-line dresses in royal blue.
A reception followed at the Huntingburg Event Center.
The couple is residing in Bloomington. A wedding trip is planned for August.
The bride graduated from Southridge High School in Huntingburg in 2008 and from Indiana State University with a bachelor’s degree in 2012. She is employed at Indiana University Credit Union. Mr. Tobin, a 2010 graduate of Southridge High School, is a student at Indiana University studying chemistry education. He is in the Army National Guard and Army ROTC.
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