Wedding of the century: Riebe-Przespolewski : so monumental it was held twice!

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ONCE UPON A TIME, on a perfect October Saturday, 10-10-2020 to be precise, Mr. Nicholas Przespolewski exchanged wedding vows with Miss Brittany Riebe at Saint Thomas More Catholic Church in Munster Indiana. The Rev. Michael J. Yadron, KCHS officiated. The bride walked down the aisle accompanied by her father, Mr. William Riebe. The bride's mother, MS Lori Riebe waited to join her husband to answer the question, "Who gives this woman to be joined in marriage" Mr. Riebe answer for them with, "her mother and I do" Mrs. Riebe wore a flowing violet-colored floor-length gown with an embellished top while her husband wore a tuxedo matching those of the groomsmen. The bride's six attendants wore halter style navy floor-length gowns in easy georgette fabric and carried bouquets of bright coral spider mums. Miss Riebe was beautifully attired in a Mermaid silhouette the sheath embroidered in a delicate floral pattern. She carried a bouquet of soft coral-colored roses and spider mums with hints of navy blue berries adding contrast.
Mr. Przespolewski accompanied his mother, Melinda Haley to her seat, then waited at the altar wearing a light light gray tuxedo with a matching vest. A classic tie in a dark blue and white shirt was chosen to complete his ensemble. He was accompanied by his friend and best man, Alonzo Cavazos. The maid of honor was Miss Jillian. Mrs. Haley wore a lovely deep red frock made of classic organza. Sister and brother of the groom, Miranda and Lucas Przespolewski served as attendants. His younger sister, seven-year-old Mariah Montoya was the flower girl.
Due to the unusual circumstances of the coronavirus impacting all social gatherings in 2020, the attendees were limited to immediate family and attendants who wore masks and were appropriately socially distanced as recommended by the CDC, and required by the church.
During the ceremony, Father Yadron recounted some of his personal memories from his long history as the bride's family priest. Rings were blessed and exchanged. The couple then pledged their covenant between themselves and God of their commitment to a lifelong union.
The ceremony ended when Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas and Brittany Przespolewski turned toward the small gathering to be introduced as a married couple for the first time.
A photography session followed, with immediate family members before all joined an extended guest list for a civil ceremony and reception at Aberdeen Manor in Valparaiso Indiana. The second ceremony was held in a secluded garden setting when again, rings were exchanged. In a unique twist, Nicholas presented his bride with a second wedding band to accompany both the beautiful engagement ring he had given her when he proposed almost three years earlier during a trip to Disney World in Orlando, Florida, and the ring he had placed on her finger a mere three hours earlier.
Everyone then retreated to the reception hall where a plated dinner, drinks, and camaraderie was shared by all. Following a delicious meal of chicken and steak options, music for dancing was provided by the very energetic and talented disk jockey Anthony Key Of Trans-Audio.
The next morning the happy couple jetted off to Orlando, Florida for a honeymoon at Disney World, and will return to their home in Crown Point, Indiana, where the proud groom will carry his bride over the threshold to begin their new life together where they will begin to live HAPPILY EVER AFTER

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