Dec. 19 wedding ceremony

Kyler and Elisabeth Havill

Havill — Glomski Wednesday Dec. 19

PRINCETON — Kyler Havill and Elisabeth Glomski were married in a Dec. 19, 2020 ceremony officiated by Kinzer Havill, brother of the groom, at Bethel Memorial Church in Princeton.

The bride, daughter of Matt and Tara Glomski of Princeton, chose the colors red, white and silver for the day.

She wore a stretch satin crepe gown with a flare silhouette, featuring an off-the-shoulder sweetheart neckline with sheer peekaboo and long sleeves with crepe button cuff details. The scoop back included a sheer illusion panel with floating crepe buttons that cascaded down the center back onto the chapel train.

Her sister, Rebekah Glomski, served as maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Claire Gosse, Abigail Kostbade, and Cheyenne Fauquher.

Maid of honor Bethany Moore and bridesmaids Alyvia Glomski and Taylor Glomski were unable to attend.

The groom, son of Brady and Robin Havill of Princeton, chose his cousin Parker Havill as best man. Groomsmen were Jackson Krieg, Chandler Weeks, Lee Friedman, Noah Glomski, and Aven Kimmell.

Junior groomsman Ryder Rodrick, a cousin of the groom, was unable to attend.

Eric Flaningam, Paul Fugate, Noah West, and Noah Gosse were ushers.

Landon and Brooklyn served as ring bearer and flower girl.

A reception at Princeton Theatre and Community Center followed the ceremony.

The couple returned from a Gatlingburg, Tennessee honeymoon to their home in Princeton.

He studies mechanical engineering at the University of Southern Indiana and works at HMC Gears and Walmart in Princeton.

She graduated from The Salon Professional Academy in Evansville, and is a hair stylist at Attractions Beauty Salon in Princeton.

 

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