Miss Kari Elizabeth Blickhan and Chad James Vogel of Quincy were united in marriage at 1 p.m. Oct. 26, 2019, at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, Quincy.
The bride is a daughter of Kevin and Sandy Blickhan of Quincy. The groom is a son of James and Donna Vogel of Quincy.
The bride was given in marriage by her parents at the ceremony conducted by Fr. Chris Comerford.
Matron of Honor was Kaitlyn Wegs, sister of bride. Bridesmaids were Kim Vogel and Trina Vogel, sisters-in-law of groom, Tera Terwelp and Christina Caldwell, cousins of bride, Angela Pezzella, cousin and godmother of bride, Kelsey Meeker, Lauren Neumann and Shelby McDowell, friends of bride.
Best man was Blake Niemann, friend of groom. Groomsmen were Cory Vogel and Curt Vogel, brothers of groom, Brett Niemann, Jordan Genenbacher, Josh Richmiller, John Lammers, Matthew Maas, Zach Maas and honored friend, Alison Holbrook, friends of groom. Ushers were Gregg Blickhan, cousin of bride, Jacob Tadeo and Greg Havermale, friends of groom.
Flower girls were Emma, Ava and Harper Vogel, nieces of groom. Ringbearer was Layla Vogel, niece of groom.
Brother of Honor was Nathan Wegs, brother-in-law of bride.
Readers were Mark Blickhan, godfather of bride, Todd Keck, godfather of groom, and Jake Tadeo, friend of groom.
Eucharistic ministers were Dennis and Patricia Holbrook, friends of bride and groom, and Donna Vogel, mother of groom.
A rehearsal dinner was held Oct. 25, 2019, at Riverside Smokehouse.
A reception began at 6 p.m. at Town and Country Inn and Suites.
After a honeymoon in Nashville, Tenn., the newlyweds are at home in Quincy.