Jenna M. Terwiske and Danny BrescherMarch 31, 2013
A Dec. 31, 2012, double ring ceremony in St. Paul Lutheran Church, Haysville, united in marriage Jenna Michelle Terwiske and Danny Brescher, both of Ireland. Pastor Mary Poston and Father Bill Wargel officiated. Ivory and gold arrangements decorated the church.
The bride is the daughter of Don and Cindy Terwiske of Dubois. Mr. Brescher’s parents are Pat and Deb Brescher of Ireland and David and Janet Lee of Jasper.
Gary Moeller of Jasper played the organ as Clay Cummins sang “I Won’t Give Up” and Jessi Fulcher sang “Makin’ Plans.”
Lectors were Darla Talbert, godmother of the bride, and Kurt Brescher, godfather of the bridegroom. Acolyte was John Lee, brother of the bridegroom.
Bell ringers were Zoe Voegerl of Dubois, godchild of the bride, and Brooke Williams, Jasper, godchild of the bridegroom. Reid Mehringer, Jasper, godchild of the bridegroom, was the sign bearer.
Mr. Terwiske gave his daughter in marriage. The bride wore her mother’s wedding gown with a beaded lace bodice, a diamond cutout back, a sweetheart neckline and a chiffon skirt. She wore a vintage-style blusher veil, pearl jewelry and gold shoes and carried a bouquet of white roses and spider mums with gold ornaments and pine cones.
Jaima Voegerl, Dubois, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Maid of honor was Kendra Heeke, Indianapolis, cousin of the bride. Bridesmaids were Alice Brescher, Evansville, sister of the bridegroom; Heather Terwiske, Dubois, sister-in-law of the bride; Tessa Terwiske, Jasper, cousin of the bride; and Mallory Hall and Emily Woolems of Dubois, Stephanie Stemle of Jasper, Jenna Cole of Paoli, Lauren Lilly of Indianapolis and Lindsay Mortara of St. Louis, Md., friends of the couple. Flower girl was Anzlee Voegerl, Dubois, niece of the bride.
They wore short, truffle-colored, strapless dresses with sweetheart necklines and carried bouquets of white roses and spider mums with pine cones.
Mr. Brescher chose a friend, Chris Lechner, Indianapolis, as best man. Groomsmen were Joel Terwiske, Dubois, twin brother of the bride; Mike Brescher, Ireland, and Nick Heichelbech, Jasper, brothers of the bridegroom; Sean and Jace Brescher, Ireland, and Greg Brescher, Jasper, cousins of the bridegroom; Theo Heeke, Columbus, cousin of the bride; and Jeremy Mehringer, Brandon Burris and Luke Stemle, Jasper, friends of the couple.
For her daughter’s wedding, Mrs. Terwiske chose a black, floor-length gown with a lace scoop neckline and beads. The bridegroom’s mother wore a black, floor-length gown with beading and a fitted shawl.
A reception was held at the Jasper Inn and Convention Center.
After a honeymoon to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, the couple is at home in Ireland.
The bride graduated from Northeast Dubois High School, Dubois, in 2004 and from Indiana University in 2008. She is a registered dietitian for Trilogy Health Services and a fitness and wellness instructor at Vincennes University Jasper Campus. Mr. Brescher, a 2001 Jasper High School graduate, served in the National Guard in Iraq and owns and operates Brescher Landscaping and Lawn Service in Ireland.
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