Jennifer Eldridge and Jeremiah Eickholt exchanged wedding vows on Saturday, Aug. 6, 2005, at St. Michael's Catholic Church in Kingsley.
Jennifer is the daughter of Monica and Randall Eldridge of Kingsley. Jeremiah is the son of Sandra and Stuart Eickholt of Sioux City.
The Rev.Thomas Topf officiated the double ring ceremony. Mike Eldridge, brother of the bride, was the soloist, and Mary Margaret Wachter served as organist. A floral arrangement of blue tipped long stem roses was placed at the altar.
The bride, carrying a bouquet of roses, wore a white gown with spaghetti straps, adorned with bead work. Her veil was attached to a tiara, belonging to her Grandma Murdoch.
Amy Grubb of Kingsley, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Tasha Eldridge of Wyoming, Wendy Eldridge of Pierson and Janelle Townsend of Washta.
Jerry Grubb of Kingsley, brother-in-law of the bride, was the best man. Groomsmen were Josh Eickholt, Joe Eickholt and Jerod Eickholt, all of Sioux City. Seating the wedding guests were Randy Eldridge of Pierson, Mike Eldridge of Wyoming, Corey Hilts of Sioux City, and Chad Rae of Sioux City.
Faith Rawlins of Georgia was the flower girl, and Austin and Jonathon Grubb of Kingsleyn were the ring bearers.
A reception and dance followed at the Kingsley Community Center.
The bride, a graduate of Kingsley-Pierson High School, is employed at JCPenneys portrait studio as a photographer.
The bridegroom is a graduate of Woodbury Central High School and is employed at Wilson Trailer as a productionist.
The couple plans to take their wedding trip at a later date, and reside in Kingsley.