Katie Niederee and Jon Rosborough were united in marriage on Sept. 15, 2018, at Mildale Farm in Edgerton. Parents of the couple are Bill and Robin Niederee of Great Bend and Jim and Kim Rosborough of Tucson, Ariz. The Rev. Paul Caseman of Tucson, Ariz., officiated the ceremony.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an A-line Pronovias dress in lace with a V-neck bodice and creamy white Western boots. It was accented with a Swiss-dot veil and bouquet of peonies, anemones, garden roses, dahlias and blue thistle.
Maids of honor were Allie Niederee of San Francisco, Calif., and Sarah Niederee of Manhattan, both sisters of the bride. They wore french blue dresses with Western boots. Their bouquets included dahlias, garden roses and pampas grass.
Best men were Greg Rosborough of New York, N.Y., brother of the groom, and Cole Henry of Washington, D.C. The groom and his best men also wore boots. Their charcoal gray suits were designed by the groom’s brother and best man Greg Rosborough, a NYC-based men’s wear designer. The bride and groom exited the ceremony to a three-piece string ensemble playing Aaron Copeland’s “Hoedown.” Following the ceremony, the wedding party donned Western hats and bolo ties.
Ushers were Josh Johnson of Dallas, Texas, Clint Dalrymple of Washington, Iowa, and Eric Lake of Wever, Iowa.
The bride received her Bachelor of Science in Public Relations from Kansas State University. She is in policy communications at Twitter in Washington, D.C.
The groom received his Master’s Degree in Public Administration and Policy from the University of Arizona and Bachelor of Arts in History from Luther College in Decorah, Iowa. He is the program director at Statler Nagle in Washington, D.C. The couple reside in Washington, D.C.