Kendra Egler and Colin CoplerJuly 16, 2020
Kendra Leigh Egler and Colin Benjamin Copler exchanged wedding vows on Saturday, July 27, 2019, in St. Mary Catholic Church, Ireland. Father John Pozhathuparambil and Pastor Ronnie Caswell officiated the 1:30 p.m. ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Kenneth and Catherine Egler of Jasper. The groom is the son of Warren and Nancy Copler of St. Charles, Illinois.
Vocalist for the ceremony was Katherine Shive, friend of the couple. Peter Rak, friend of the couple, accompanied on piano.
Maid of honor was Claire Egler, sister of the bride, of Louisville, Kentucky. Bridesmaids were Lindsay Aja of Portland, Oregon, sister of the groom; Katelyn Cooper of Martinsville, cousin of the bride; Michelle Young of Schaumburg, Illinois, friend of the bride; and Becky Jackson of Louisville, friend of the bride. Madalynn Kelley of Jasper, cousin of the bride, was junior bridesmaid.
The bridesmaids wore gowns of varying designs and mixed shades of dusty rose. They carried flowers of baby’s breath and mixed greenery with burlap ribbon. The mother of the bride wore a navy lace and beaded sleeveless mermaid-style gown with a satin belt. The mother of the groom wore a silver sequined short-sleeved A-line gown.
The best man was Isaac Heines of Louisville, friend of the groom. Groomsmen were Cameron Egler of Jasper, brother of the bride, and Charles Allen, Thomas Filiatreau and Carson Blevins, all of Louisville, friends of the groom. The groom and groomsmen wore navy blue suits with matching dusty rose ties.
A reception was held at Venue 1408 in Huntingburg. Phillip Truman of New Albany, friend off the couple, was the DJ.
The couple resides in San Marcos, Texas, after a wedding trip to San Jose Del Cabo, Mexico.
The bride is a 2013 graduate of Jasper High School and graduated from Bellarmine University in 2016 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in history. She currently attends Texas State University where she is pursuing her Master of Arts degree in history. The groom is a 2013 graduate of Wheaton Academy, West Chicago, Illinois, and a 2017 graduate of Bellarmine University with a Bachelor of Science degree in environmental science. He graduated in May 2020 from Texas State University with his Master of Science degree in geography.
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