Kelly R. Toby and Michael J. TretterSeptember 26, 2013
Father Eugene Schmitt and Deacon Mike Seibert officiated at the marriage of Kelly Renae Toby and Michael Joseph Tretter, both of Celestine. The ceremony was held at 2 p.m. Saturday, July 13, 2013, in St. Celestine Catholic Church, Celestine.
David and Jyl Toby of Jasper and Linus and Mary Lou Tretter of Celestine are parents of the couple.
Organist Traci Catt, friend of the couple, accompanied Nikki Leake, also a friend of the couple, as she sang “A Moment Like This,” “When God Made You,” “The Prayer,” “Ave Maria,” “Bless the Broken Road,” “On Eagle’s Wings” and “Carry to the Table.”
Matron and maid of honor were Amanda Henke of Jasper and Ashley Berry of Ireland, friends of the couple. Flower girl was Emma Tretter of Celestine, daughter of the bridegroom.
Best men were Kevin Hall and Mark Hoffman, both of Jasper and friends of the couple. Ushers were Brian Tretter of Huntingburg and Kevin Tretter of Indianapolis, brothers of the bridegroom. Nigel Tretter of Celestine, son of the bridegroom, was ring bearer.
Mr. Toby gave his daughter in marriage. The bride selected a one-shoulder, A-line gown of chiffon with a side-gathered bodice and lace appliques accented by pearls, aurora borealis stones and scattered beading. Thin back straps had fly-away drapes. The side-draped skirt ended in a sweep train.
The bridesmaids wore knee-length black dresses.
The bride and bridesmaids carried bouquets of orange gerbera daisies, red roses, yellow calla lilies, fuchsia clematis, hot pink hydrangeas, blue cornflowers and lavender poppies.
A reception was held Aug. 10 at Hill Haven near St. Anthony.
The couple is at home at 358 N. Celestine Road, Celestine.
The bride graduated from Jasper High School in 2003 and from Vincennes University Jasper Campus in 2005 with an associate degree in business management. She is employed in administrative at Dubois County Title Co. Mr. Tretter, a 1996 graduate of Northeast Dubois High School, Dubois, graduated from Nashville Auto Diesel in 1997 with a diploma in automotive and diesel technology. He is a mechanic for Tri-State Live Haul Inc.
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