Shayla Gill and Jared EppleNovember 27, 2018
Shayla Gill and Jared Epple exchanged wedding vows on Sept. 1, 2018, at The Sycamore Winery in Terre Haute. Ty Kahle, cousin of the bride, officiated at the ceremony.
The bride is the son of Mark and Beth Gill of Holland. The groom is the son of Stan and Cheryl Epple of Jasper.
The bride was given in marriage by her father.
Music for the ceremony was provided by Tanner Hunter, friend of the couple, Eugene, Oregon.
Bridesmaids were Chelsey Gill, sister of the bride, Indianapolis; Jenae Gill, sister of the bride, Holland; Mandy Schnaus, friend of the couple, Indianapolis; and Holly Johnson, friend of the couple, Eugene, Oregon. The flower girl was Allie Kahle, cousin of the bride, Philpot, Kentucky.
Groomsmen were Brad Epple, brother of the groom, Jasper; Eric Schnaus, friend of the couple, Indianapolis; Joe Tucker, friend of the couple, Terre Haute; and James Harris, friend of the couple, Jasper. The ring bearer was Bryce Seger, cousin of the bride, Columbus.
A reception was held at the winery with music by Upscale of Chicago.
The bride is a 2012 graduate of Southridge High School, Huntingburg, and a 2017 graduate of Indiana State University, Terre Haute. She is the office manager at Dentistry Just For Kids and Orthodontics.
Mr. Epple is a 2010 graduate of Jasper High School and 2014 graduate of Indiana State University. He is a project manager for Patriot Engineering and Environmental.
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