Sarah Kendall and Jacob BradleyNovember 25, 2013
A 2:30 p.m. ceremony Saturday, June 8, 2013, united in marriage Sarah Kendall and Jacob Bradley, both of Henderson, Ky. Pastor Edwin Wicks witnessed the vows in St. Peter Lutheran Church in Stendal.
The bride is the daughter of John and Beth Kendall, 11909 S. 720W, Holland. The bridegroom’s parents are Charles Bradley, 622 Meadowlark Lane, Ferdinand, and Kathy Kaufman, 4435 Mayfield Metropolis Road, Paducah, Ky.
Cody A. Martin and Dominique Duarte provided music for the ceremony.
Maid of honor was Katelyn Kendall of Holland, and matron of honor was Joni Fitch of Greenwood. Bridesmaids were Caroline Weiland of Eddyville, Ky.; Lauren Ralston of Huntsville, Ala.; Jessica Kendall of Terre Haute; Jenny Harsson of Nashville, Tenn.; and Mary Kate Bradley of Fort Wayne. Flower girls were Kaylee Sutcliffe and Emma Deitsch, both of Indianapolis. Miniature bride was Charlotte Bradley of Ferdinand.
Mr. Bradley chose Nicholas Wright of Eddyville and Sean Carlson of Murray, Ky., as best men. Groomsmen were Erich Kendall of Terre Haute, Andy Howell of Nashville and Ben Stone and Steppen Park, both of Murray.
The bride chose a strapless, fitted, trumpet gown with a dipped neckline and corset-style closure. Pearls and corded lace embellished the bodice and extended from the dropped waist onto the gathered tulle skirt.
The bridesmaids were dressed in full-length chiffon gowns in different dusty pastel colors. The strapless gowns had dipped necklines.
A reception was held at the Huntingburg Event Center.
The couple is at home at 1801A Whiteoak Court, Henderson, after a wedding trip to Walt Disney World Resort.
The bride graduated from Southridge High School, Huntingburg, and Murray State University. She is an elementary music teacher for Henderson County Schools. Mr. Bradley graduated from Forest Park High School, Ferdinand, and Murray State University. He is a music teacher for Union County Schools.
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