Natalie Oser and Eric WigandApril 9, 2014
Fall arrangements decorated St. Joseph Catholic Church in Jasper for the wedding of Natalie Oser and Eric Wigand. Father William Traylor officiated at 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 23, 2013.
Tammy and Rick Oser, 1505 Iron Liege Road, Indianapolis, and Yvonne and Terry Wigand, 992 Clearview Ave., Jasper, are parents of the couple.
Gary Moeller played the organ and Wade Baker the trumpet as Kevin Manley sang for the ceremony. All are friends of the bride.
Danielle Matheis and Holly Leeper, cousins of the couple, were the readers.
Erin Mays of Indianapolis, a friend, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Sarah Gennett, Natalie Labejof, Anna Hiple and Corryn Brown, friends, and Krista Miller, sister of the bridegroom.
Mr. Wigand chose Ben Seibert as best man. Groomsmen were Justin Schwenk, Jared Hamlin, Josh Wendholt and Craig Schitter, friends of the couple, and Alex Oser, brother of the bride. Ushers were Aaron Matheis, Jason Wolf, Jared Scheu and Brad Dilger.
The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, selected a floor-length ivory gown with a sweetheart neckline and an open back made with lace from her grandmother’s dress. She carried white roses with gold accents.
The bridesmaids were attired in floor-length, one-shoulder gowns in dark navy with champagne gold accents. They carried white roses with gold accents.
Mrs. Oser chose a floor-length gown of navy with lace for her daughter’s wedding. Mrs. Wigand wore a two-piece gown in smoke gray with sequins.
A reception was held at the Ramada Inn in Jasper.
The couple is at home at 5419 Holly Spring Drive W., Indianapolis, after a wedding trip to St. Lucia.
The bride graduated from Perry Meridian High School in 2003 and from Purdue University in 2007. She is studying for a Master of Science in dietetics from Indiana State University. Mr. Wigand, a Jasper High School and Indiana State University graduate, is a recreational therapist at Valle Vista in Indianapolis.
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