Gaudian & Kerber
Published 9:00 am Sunday, January 25, 2015
Emily Gaudian of Hayward and Tyler Kerber of Eagan were married at 4 p.m. Aug. 16, 2014, at Alchrist Farm in a double ring ceremony. The wedding was at the bride’s late grandparents’ farm in the presence of friends and family. The Rev. Ron Weller officiated and a reception followed at Edgewater Bay Pavilion. The couple honeymooned on the North Shore at Blue Fin Bay resort.
Emily is the daughter of Bryce and Cindy Gaudian of Hayward and is the granddaughter of the late Phil and Edie Tennis of Hayward and Marty and Kathy Gaudian of Oak Creek, Wisconsin.
Tyler is the son of Charlie Kerber of Hastings and Tracy Kerber of Eagan, and is the grandson of Don and Carole May of Hastings and Harry and Kathleen Kerber of Poultney, Vermont.
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The bride is a May 2014 graduate of University of Wisconsin, River Falls, with a master’s degree in speech pathology. She is currently a speech pathologist at Functional Kids Clinic in Maplewood.
The groom is a May 2014 graduate of University of Wisconsin, River Falls, with a degree in business marketing. He is a benefits specialist at Arthur J. Gallagher and Associates.
Laura Gaudian, sister of the bride, of Hayward, was the maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Emelia Gaudian, sister-in-law of the bride, of Hayward, Jenna Godeke of Apple Valley, Amy Linzmeier of Louisville, Kentucky, Rachael VanBruggen of River Falls, Wisconsin, and Katee Kerber of Hastings.
Alec Philippi of River Falls was the best man. Groomsmen were Jake Gilleland of Orange City, Iowa, Luke Muyskens of Eagan, Cole Sandstrom of Minneapolis, Caleb Gaudian of Pearl City, Hawaii, and Carl Gaudian of Hayward.
Maya and Alana May, cousins of the groom, of Chicago were the flower girls.
Greg Seeley of Eagan and Evan Stoez of Eagan were the ushers.
Isaiah Gaudian, nephew of the bride, of Hayward was the ringbearer.
Musicians were Cindy Gaudian, mother of the bride; Barb Tennis, Mary Tennis and Becky Tennis Hanson, aunts of the bride; and Josh Anderson and Todd and Natalie Decker.
Flowers were arranged by Sherry Miraldi, friend of the couple.
Homemade pies at the reception were made by Melody Randall.