Kenzie Hassfurther and Andrew MatheisAugust 26, 2019
Kenzie Hassfurther and Andrew Matheis exchanged wedding vows on April 27, 2019, in St. Isidore Catholic Parish-St. Celestine Campus, Celestine. Father Eugene Schmitt officiated at the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Kurt and Sharon Hassfurther of Celestine. The groom is the son of Timothy and Christine Matheis of Dubois.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor-length Allure ballgown in champagne with a chapel train, gauzy English net skirt with lace appliqué and buttons down entire back of dress. The top style had a sheer-illusion back and neckline sprinkled with embroidery and beading and featured a slight cap sleeve. She carried a bouquet of Tiffany peach roses, white wax flower, dusty miller and variegated pittosporum.
Music for the ceremony was provided by vocalist Christine Betz and Emma Mundy on piano, violin and pipe organ.
The bride chose her sister, Kelcie Hassfurther, as maid honor. The bridesmaid was Janell Matheis, sister of groom.
The maid of honor and bridesmaid wore peach chiffon, floor-length dresses by Bill Levkoff with a halter neckline. Each dress had a unique top style. The flowers they carried matched the bride’s bouquet.
Mr. Matheis chose his brother, Elliot Matheis, as best man. The groomsman was Matt Dalton, friend of couple.
The groom and groomsmen wore smoke grey tuxes with ivory shirts. The groom had a nude tie and pocket square, and the groomsmen had bellini ties and pocket squares.
A reception was help at the St. Anthony Community Center.
The couple is living in Celestine.
The bride is a 2013 graduate of Northeast Dubois High School, Dubois, and a 2015 graduate of Vincennes University Jasper Campus. She is employed by German American Bank.
Mr. Matheis is a 2008 graduate of Northeast Dubois High School and a 2013 graduate of the University of Southern Indiana, Evansville. He is employed by the Northeast Dubois School Corporation.
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