Wedding

Aaron Rehbein and Kasey Nowatzke

Aaron Rehbein and Kasey Nowatzke

Aaron Rehbein and Kasey Nowatzke, both of Michigan City, were married Sept. 17, 2016, at Heston Hills Event Center.

The ceremony was officiated by Pastor Brian Parker and the bride was given in marriage by her father, Terry Nowatzke. Music for the ceremony was provided by Derek Meilaender, friend of the bride and groom.

Aaron is pursuing his bachelor's degree in Secondary Education with an emphasis on History and Social Studies from Purdue University Northwest. He's employed as a direct support specialist at Michiana Resources. His parents are Scott and Barbara Rehbein, of Michigan City, and Shane and Chris O'Connell, of Michigan City.

Kasey is completing her bachelor's degree in Social Work in May of 2017 at Purdue University Northwest. She's employed as a Training Manager at Culver's Restaurant. Her parents are Terry and Kim Nowatzke, of Michigan City.

Erika Montgomery, of South Haven, Michigan, was matron of honor. She's the sister of the bride.

Bridesmaids included Alexis Nowatzke and Makenna Nowatzke, sisters of the bride; Jaelyn Nowatzke, cousin of the bride; Jesi Furness, Shaniqua Wright, Mackenzie Clark and Kayla Stark, friends of the bride — all from Michigan City.

Bethany Steinman, of Michigan City, was flower girl, and Owen Bracken, of Michigan City, was ring bearer.

Jaspar Miller, of Michigan City, was best man. He's a friend of the groom.

Groomsmen included Jon Steinman and Shane O'Connell Jr., brothers of the groom; Carson Nowatzke, brother of the bride; and Coltyn Nowatzke, cousin of the bride — all from Michigan City.

A reception was held at Heston Hills Event Center with entertainment provided by Ultimate Sound & Lighting.

The couple honeymooned in Brown County, Indiana.

The couple makes their home in Michigan City.

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