Emily Bromm and Philip HasenourMay 10, 2013
Emily Bromm became the bride of Philip Hasenour in a double ring ceremony Saturday, Sept. 22, 2012. Father Eugene Schmitt witnessed the 1:30 p.m. vows in St. Celestine Catholic Church, Celestine.
The bride is the daughter of Terry and Betty Ingle of St. Anthony and the late Lawrence Bromm. Mr. Hasenour’s parents are Gary and Dolores Hasenour of Celestine.
Shelley Lampert played the organ as Chery Schnell, friend of the couple, sang “From This Moment,” “There You Are, “Valentine,” “I Could Not Ask for More,” “I’ll Be,” “I Will Be Here,” “The Greatest Gift,” “Let There Be Peace” and “Prayer of St. Francis.”
The offertory gifts were carried by Barb Messmer, Randy Bromm, Marietta Hagedorn and Mel Schnell, godparents of the couple. Lectors were Katie Mehling and Mary Lou Englert. Eucharistic ministers were Erin and Adam Luebbehusen, cousins of the bridegroom, and Kelly Schroering, friend of the couple.
Bubble girls were Berlyn and Brunnley Ingle, nieces of the bride. Lauren Schwartz, cousin of the bride, and Heather Schwinghamer, cousin of the bridegroom, gave out programs.
Crystal Hochgesang, Ferdinand, was matron of honor for her sister. Bridesmaids were Melissa Miller, Ferdinand, and Amanda Schnell, St. Anthony, sisters of the bridegroom; Erin Hasenour, Celestine, sister-in-law of the bridegroom; and Nicole Braunecker, Huntingburg, cousin of the bride. Miniature bride was Maddie Miller, niece of the bridegroom. Flower girls were Sophie Miller, niece and godchild of the bridegroom, and Addison Hochgesang, niece of the bride, both of Ferdinand.
Mr. Hasenour chose his brother, Pat Hasenour, Celestine, as best man. Groomsmen were Nick Hasenour, Celestine, brother of the bridegroom; Curt Bromm, Indianapolis, and Nathan Bromm, St. Anthony, brothers of the bride; and Brandon Verkamp, Celestine, friend of the couple. Ushers were Nick Miller, Ferdinand, and Curt Schnell, St. Anthony, brothers-in-law of the bridegroom, and Derek Hochgesang, Ferdinand, brother-in-law of the bride. Conner Hochgesang, Ferdinand, godchild and nephew of the bride, was miniature bridegroom.
The bride, who was given in marriage by her mother, was attired in a floor-length, one-shoulder gown of chiffon with floral beaded appliques. She carried a bouquet of pink gerbera daisies and green spider mums.
The bridesmaids wore short gowns of black satin with V necklines and backs and ruched waists. They carried bouquets similar to the bride’s with smaller pink gerbera daisies and green spider mums.
A reception followed at the Ferdinand Community Center.
The couple is residing in Jasper after a wedding trip to Jamaica.
The bride graduated from Forest Park High School, Ferdinand, in 2004 and received Bachelor of Science degrees in business administration, management information systems and information designed end-user computing in 2008 from Indiana State University in Terre Haute. She is a human resources generalist at MasterBrand Cabinets Inc. in Jasper. Mr. Hasenour, a 2006 graduate of Northeast Dubois High School, Dubois, received a degree in collision repair and refinishing from Vincennes University in 2008. He is employed at Hagedorn’s Body Shop Inc. in Ferdinand.
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