Jessica Sauber and William John Wallisch IV were united in marriage on July 3 at St. Peter’s Catholic Church in Kansas City, Mo. in a double-ring ceremony officiated by Father Scott Wallisch. Parents of the couple are Michael and Diane Sauber of Great Bend and Bill and Martha Wallisch of Goddard.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a LaSposa Marsella Ballgown in champagne and silver lace embellishments with a strapless neckline. She wore a matching cathedral-length veil and train. Her bouquet was eggplant and mango mini calla lillies, dahlias, sahara roses, orange roses, mini hydrangeas and fiddlehead ferns.
Maid of honor was Monica Sauber of Independence, Mo. Bridesmaids were Kelli Myers of Wamego, Maggie Scaletty of Prairie Village, and Rebecca Wallisch of Goddard. They wore floor-length eggplant chiffon dresses with one shoulder strap adorned by matching chiffon flowers. Their bouquets were made of eggplant and mango mini calla lilies, dahlias, sahara roses, orange roses, mini hydrangeas and fiddlehead ferns.
Best man was Eric Wallisch of Goddard. Groomsmen were Chase Hall of Mission, Peter Scaletly of Prairie Village and Andrew Pirotte of Kansas City.
Ushers were Sam Gilliland of Leawood and Steve Hilburn of Lawrence.
The flower girl was Mikayla Boll and the ring bearer was Grant Boll, both of Louisburg.
Candlelighters were Allyce Schenk and Melissa Boll.
Pianist was David Jaronawski of Kansas City, Mo. Sandy Prothman of Kansas City, Mo., was vocalist and violin and cello was by Brookside Strings.
The bride is a graduate of Kansas State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in biology. She is currently a fourth-year medical student at the University of Kansas where she will graduate in May 2011.
The groom is a graduate of Kansas State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology. He is currently a fourth-year medical student at the University of Kansas, where he will graduate in May 2011.
The couple reside in Mission.