WEDDINGS: Vinduska, Stuchlik exchange vows

Melissa Vinduska and Daniel Stuchlik, both of Wichita, were married Sept. 1 at Holy Family Catholic Church in Pilsen with Father Stephen Gronert and Father Richard Stuchlik, uncle of the groom, officiating the double-ring ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Terry and Cindy Vinduska of Marion. The groom is the son of Monty and Sarah Stuchlik of Lost Springs.

Maid of honor was Kristen Rosser, friend of the couple. Best man was Ross Stuchlik, brother of the groom.

Bridesmaids were Sara Hanson and Jill Vinduska, sisters of the bride. Flower girl was Danielle Routh, cousin of the bride.

Groomsmen were Michael Stuchlik, cousin of the groom, and Joe Robben, friend of the couple. Ring bearer was Andrew Scharping.

Ushers were Chad Stuchlik and Jason Stuchlik, cousins of the groom.

Gift carriers were Katherine and Jason Rutka and Andrea Miller.

Musicians were organist Margaret Vinduska and soloists Becky Routh and Jeff Bina.

The bride wore a dress of white French satin. The bodice, featuring a scoop neckline and designer-styled straps, was accented with seed pearls and bugle beading that flowed onto the straps. The A-line skirt was highlighted with a sweeping semi-cathedral train and adorned with seed pearls, bugle beading and sequins to match the bodice.

The bride carried a bouquet of cascading stargazer lilies and cream roses.

The reception was held in the church basement following the ceremony. Hosts were Ron and Tammy Vinduska, uncle and aunt of the bride.

Reception assistants were Ramona Beisel, Ruby Scharping and Grace Stuchlik.

The bride is a 1996 graduate of Centre High School and a 2001 graduate of Wichita State University. She is employed as office manager with AmeriPride Services in Wichita.

The groom is a 1996 graduate of Centre High School and a 2001 graduate of Wichita State University. He is employed as a structural-design engineer at Boeing Company in Wichita.

The rehearsal dinner was held on Aug. 31 at Kingfisher’s Inn in Marion.

Following a honeymoon in Branson, Mo., the couple resides in Wichita.

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