Tamara Lynne Reisch and Noah Francis Ruml were married on Jan. 20 at St. Agatha Catholic Church in Howard. The Rev. Chester Murtha officiated at the afternoon ceremony.
The bride was given in marriage by her parents, Tim and Anne Reisch of Howard. The bridegroom's parents are Ken and Connie Ruml of Howard. Special guest at the wedding was Marjorie Reisch, grandmother of the bride.
The maid of honor was Terra Reisch, and junior maid of honor was Taylor Reisch, sisters of the bride. Bridesmaids were Chelsea Reisch, Haley Reisch, Kelli Ruml, Kelsey Schwader and Jenna Gassman.
Flower girls were Bostyn and Collyns Ruml, nieces of the bridegroom. Jessalyn Wienk, cousin of the bride, acted as personal attendant.
The best man was Francis Ruml, brother of the bridegroom. Groomsmen were Lee, Luke and Philip Ruml, brothers of the bridegroom; Gage Goldammer, Joe Harm and Tyler Klumb. Ringbearers were Eli and Isaac Reisch, nephews of the bride. Ushers were Seth Dawson, Michael Reisch, Tom Mutziger and Aaron Callies.
Music for the ceremony was provided by Austin Genzlinger, vocalist and guitarist, and Jenna Jacobs, pianist.
The bride wore an ivory crepe gown with a sheath silhouette that featured beaded embroidery and English net. Her bouquet featured peonies, ranunculus, dusty miller, evergreen and anemone.
A reception was held at the Howard Armory. Hosts and hostesses were Kay and Ray Genzlinger, aunt and uncle of the bride; and Barb and Gary Nebelsick; aunt and uncle of the bridegroom.
Following a honeymoon in the Dominican Republic, the couple make their home in Howard. The bride is a registered nurse at Madison Regional Health System, and the bridegroom is a sales representative at Homestead Building Supplies.