New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 10, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas
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Catherine Marie Ikels and Carlos Celestino were married on November 9, 1996, at All Saints' Episcopal Church in Austin, Texas. The Reverend Linda Wilson officiated at the 6 p.m. candlelight ceremony.
The bride wore a gown of white silk shantung and Alencon lace. The bodice and skirt were appliqued with encrusted pearls and sequins. The bride’s attendants were Susan Watson, Heather Chunn, and Monique Ward, all friends of the bride. The groomsmen were David and Joe Celestino, brothers of the groom, and David Ikels, brother of the bride. Henry Celestino, brother of the groom, and Gilbert Valls served as ushers.
During the service, a reading was given by Mark Alvarado and Shana Norton played the harp. Organ music was provided by James Holmes.
Following ceremony, a
reception buffet was held at the Hyatt Regency hotel in Austin, with
dancing to music by the band Cula du Cafe.
The bride is the daughter of Larry and Judy Ikels, and the granddaughter of the late Walter and Wanda Ikels of New Braunfels. She holds a bachelor of arts in Plan ll Liberal Arts Honors and a master of public affairs from The University of Texas at Austin. Catherine is employed at the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs at the university.
The groom is the son of Carlos and Theresa Celestino of Defiance, Ohio. He is a graduate of Bowling Green State University in Ohio and earned his law degree from the University of Toledo. Carlos is a staff attorney in the Office of General Counsel of the Texas Department of Health.
Following a honeymoon trip to Mexico, the couple will reside in Austin, Texas.
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The parents of Cory Lyn Rauch of New Braunfels, Texas, announce the wedding of their son to Bridget Michelle Jenkins of Jefferson, Texas. The couple exchanged their vows in front of family and friends at the
Dallas Arboretum in Dallas, Texas, in a beautiful outdoor wedding Sept. 22, 1996. Following the reception the couple honeymooned in Cozumel, Mexico, and will make their home in Mansfield, Texas.
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Terri Lynne Vander Hamm and Jeffrey Scott Kunkel, both of New Braunfels, were united in marriage October 12, 1996, at First United Methodist Church in New Braunfels. Rev. Fred Martin officiated the 6 p.m. ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Everitt and Julia Vander Hamm of Cibolo. The groom is the son of Larry Kunkel of New Braunfels, and Marilyn Zirkle of South Boardman, Michigan.
Escorted by her father, Terri wore a gown designed by Mori Lee. The off-the-shoulder bodice was of batten burg lace embellished with seed pearls and iridescent sequins. The skirt was designed of layers of tulle that flowed into a chapel-length train. The silk covered headpiece, with fingertip veil, was appliqued with lace, seed pearls and iridescent sequins, and Was designed and made by the another of the bride.
I The bride carried an elegant cascading bouquet of Casablanca lilies, estilbe, bridal white roses, porcelina rose sprays, lemon leaf, babies breath, tie tree and Italian ruskus. It was accented with soft wisps of plumosa and adorned with a tulle pouf bow.
The bouquet was personally designed and made by Lenise Brown, owner of Lenise*s Floral Creations.
Matron of Honor was Donna Adams, sister of the bride of San Antonio. Bridesmaids were Gwen Ward of Houston; Susan Kitchen of San Antonio; and Yvonne Garcia, of San Antonio. They wore two-piece, floor-length gowns of dark teal taffeta with rhinestone buttons. Junior Bridesmaid was Michelle Crawford, niece of the bride of Lewisville, Texas, who wore a matching empire dress trimmed in velvet.
The Matron of Honor carried a large nosegay of white lilies, greens and babies breath, accented, with a bow. The bridesmaids carried large nosegays of white roses, greens and filler, and were adorned with a bow.
Best men were Larry Kunkel, father of the groom; and Donald Kelley, of College Station. Groomsmen were Chuck Kelley of Round Rock; Robert Theis of Converse; Mike Garcia of New Braunfels; and Brian Orr of New York City.
The flower girls were Laura and Elizabeth Adams, nieces of the bride of San Antonio. They wore empire dresses of white organza trimmed in satin.
The ring bearer was Brett Crawford, nephew of the bride of Lewisville. He carried a white, heart-shaped pillow woven with multiple, delicate ribbons, laces and braids, backed with crinkled cotillion, and edged in wide lace. The pillow was designed and handmade by Jan Walker of San Antonio.
Music for the ceremony was provided by organist Jon Taylor, cousin of the bride of Houston, and vocalists Beth Taylor, cousin of the bnde, and Helen Taylor, aunt of the bride, also of Houston. A special song was jvritten by Jon which he sang during the lighting of the unity candle. Christie Scott, high school friend of the bride, sang Celine Dion’s “Because You Loved Me,” as the bridesmaids entered, being escorted by the groomsmen.
When entering the sanctuary, the pews had tulle pouf bows and flowing streamers. The candelabras were adorned with fresh greenery and bows. The altar held a large, beautiful spray of complimentary white flowers.
Following the ceremony, a reception, dinner and dance were held at the Knights of Columbus Hall. Catering was by River City Smoked Meat Company of New Braunfels. Music was provided by Stan Elliott of “Crossroads DJ.’’ The reception site was decorated with white linen tablecloths and streamers of dark teal ribbon. The tables were adorned with votive candles in decorations designed and made by Ralph Zirkle, stepfather of the groom. The entrance was framed with a cedar archway and fence, strung with white twinkle lights, which was designed and constructed by the groom.
Tammy Pfueffer, step-sister of the groom, was in charge of the guest book. Hostesses for the reception were Anita Bishop, Michelle Bishop and Melissa Blalock, all of New Braunfels.
The bride’s cake was three-tier white cake with pineapple filling, and decorated all in white, topped with a Precious Moments bride and groom.
The groom’s German chocolate cake was designed in a double horseshoe. Both cakes were made by Lenore Sterling of Universal City.
After a honeymoon to Disney World, the bride and groom will reside in New Braunfels.
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