Valerie Sargent and Nathan HackSeptember 24, 2020
Valerie Sargent and Nathan Hack exchanged wedding vows at 1 p.m. Saturday, July 11, at Precious Blood Catholic Church in Jasper. Father Gary Kaiser officiated the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Eric and Jill Sargent of Jasper. The groom is the son of Gordon and Lisa Hack of Chatham, Illinois. The bride was given in marriage by her father.
Maids of honor for the bride were Mackenzie and Hallie Sargent of Jasper. The bridesmaids were Claire Burch of Washington; Frances Hack of Champaign, Illinois; Jessica Rillo of Jasper; Emily Messmer of Jasper; and Bailey Bromm of Jasper.
Best man for the groom was Jeremy Hack of Champaign, Illinois. The groomsmen were Jordan Haas of Jasper; Evan Vonderheide of Jasper; Michael Flynn of Jasper; Robert Duffy of Jasper; Kyle Mohsenzadeh of Fort Wayne; and Mason Keebler of Fort Wayne.
The bride wore a grown with lace and regency organza forming a ballgown silhouette, covered in sparkling beadwork. The lace fell softly from the bodice onto the voluminous skirt, creating a waterfall effect. Floating straps came together at a low, illusion lace back, while floral and embroidered lace mixed for the royal treatment. The bridesmaids' dresses that were light gray and pleated, with a surplice bodice, fitted waist, and cascading maxi dress. The mother of the bride wore a silver lace, floor-length gown. The mother of the groom wore a nude, floor-length gown embroidered with blue flowers.
Music for the ceremony was provided by pianist Ruth Coller and vocalist Danna Decker. The ushers were Evan Scott of Champaign, Illinois, and Andrew Hack of Ashkum, Illinois.
A reception was held at Klubhaus 61 in Jasper with music by the Hey Jimmy Band of Chicago.
The bride is a graduate of Jasper High School, a 2018 graduate of Indiana University and a 2020 graduate of Saint Mary's College. She is a speech-language pathologist for the Center Grove Community School Corporation. The groom is a graduate of Glenwood High School and a 2017 graduate of Indiana University. He is a fourth grade teacher at Allisonville Elementary School. The couple resides in Indianapolis.
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