Pichler, Webb married in May 11 ceremony
Amanda Rush Pichler and Darin Lee Webb were united in marriage Saturday, May 11, 2013, at The Kirkwood in Des Moines.
The bride is the daughter of Barb Rush of West Des Moines. The groom is the son of Tony and Mary Webb of Batavia.
The bride wore a street-length satin dress. The dress was accented with purple empire waist and halter straps and completed with a purple petticoat. She carried a bouquet of pink daisies with purple, black and white feathers.
Elena Christian was the maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Alicia Pichler, sister of the bride, Lindsey Rossin and Paije Beaudry. They wore strapless satin dresses with purple bodice and black A-line skirt. They carried bouquets of purple, black and white feathers.
The groom wore black pants, with a purple satin vest, accented with a black bow tie and a purple, black and white feathered boutonniere.
The best man was Joe Meyer. Groomsmen were Logan Webb, brother of the groom, Chris Poole and Josh Crisp. They wore black pants and black satin vests, with purple bow ties.
The couple’s pets, Daisy, a Pembroke welsh corgi, and Squire, a border collie, were flower- and ringbearers.
The ceremony was officiated by Mike Goldberg, friend and mentor to the couple.
The ceremony was themed around improvisational theatre, and each of the attendants read a “rule of improv” the couple had built into the foundation of their relationship.
A dinner reception and dance followed the wedding in the Gramercy Tap.
Special guests included the bride’s grandparents Jim and Virginia Rush and the groom’s grandparents Dorothy Webb and Norbert and Marie Hammes.
A honeymoon of outdoor activities followed at Big Cedar Lodge in Missouri.
The couple resides in Lawrenceville, Ga. The bride is completing her student teaching at Peachtree Ridge High School this fall. The groom is employed at an IT managed services provider MIS Solutions in Suwanee, Ga.