Meghan Hochgesang and Josh PremudaAugust 28, 2013
John Kahle presided at the outdoor wedding ceremony of Meghan Hochgesang and Josh Premuda on Saturday, Sept. 8, 2012. The ceremony and reception took place at a private residence in Jasper.
Jeff and Marla Hochgesang and Dean and Ellen Vonderheide of Jasper and Dan and Sharlyn Premuda of Houston, Texas, are parents of the couple.
Danny Luegers played guitar and sang for the ceremony.
Attending the couple were their siblings, Anna Vonderheide of Bloomington and Joel Premuda of Columbus, Ohio. Luke, Andrew and Ben Hochgesang were ushers. Mia Batule and Hadley Premuda were flower girls.
Readers were Kristyn Premuda and Luke Hochgesang.
The bride, who was given away by her father, wore an ivory embellished English net and lace, strapless gown with a fluted skirt and sweep train. She carried a bouquet of blush-colored English garden roses.
The couple is at home at 3214 Howard Drive, Jasper, after a wedding trip to Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Phuket, Thailand.
The bride graduated from Jasper High School in 2001 and Indiana University in 2005 and is the owner of Meghan Hochgesang Photo, Inc. Mr. Premuda graduated in 1997 from Findlay High School, Findlay, Ohio, and Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, in 2001. He is the interactive brand manager at Kimball Office and owner of Smalley Coffee.
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