Makinzie Jo Vowels and Eric Michael Burghart were married on May 30, 2015 at St. Benedict Catholic Church in Atchison. Abbot James Albers and Deacon Richard Boland, grandfather of the bride, officiated the ceremony. Music was provided by Simon Pick, organist, and Brett and Emily Wobker, cantors. The bride was escorted by her father in the double ring ceremony. The reception was held at Benedictine College Dining Hall.
The bride is the daughter of Mark and Kelly Vowels of Atchison. The groom is the son of Steve and Roberta Burghart of McPherson.
The maid of honor was Leah Peterson and bridesmaids were Mikala Schwery, Sarah Johnson, Morgan Nolte and Jordan Paolucci, all friends of the bride. The guestbook attendant was Laura Prohaska, friend of the bride.
The best man was Chad Nieman and groomsmen were Ben Gehring, Joe Reber, all friends of the groom, Paul Burghart, brother of the groom, and Ben Schwindt, friend of the groom. Ushers were Beau Vowels, brother of the bride, Matt Lazzo, friend of the groom, and Nathan Melia, cousin of the groom.
The flower girl was Reggan Johnson and the ring bearer was Bode Johnson, both friends of the bride.
The groom’s parents hosted the rehearsal dinner at Cedar Ridge Restaurant in Atchison.
Makinzie is a graduate of Maur Hill-Mount Academy and Creighton University. She is an admissions counselor at Bethany College. Eric is a graduate of McPherson High School and Washburn University. He is a physical education teacher in the McPherson school district.
After a honeymoon in Mexico, the couple will reside in McPherson.
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She beat the likes of Amal Clooney, Emma Watson and Taylor Swift to be crowned the world's best dressed woman back in August.
And last night, Samantha Cameron flexed her style prowess at the British Fashion Awards in London.
Stepping out without her Prime Minister husband David, the 44-year-old mother-of-four played it safe but looked sophisticated in a black midi dress with broderie anglaise detailing on the skirt.
Samantha paired the chic dress - that featured a vest top-like bodice - with a pair of opaque black tights and round-toed high heels.
Adding interest to her night time look, the former creative director of label Smythson incorporated a pop of colour with a cornflour blue clutch bag and red fringed scarf.
Make-up was kept to a minimum save for a slick of nude lip gloss while Samantha's brunette locks were blow dried to hang loosely around her shoulders.
Samantha was photographed leaving a drinks reception alone, which was held in partnership with jewellery brand Swarovski at the London Coliseum.
Over a glass of champagne she chatted with industry heavyweights including British Fashion Council chairwoman Natalie Massenet and chief executive Caroline Rush.
Founder of designer online shopping site Net-a-Porter, Natalie donned a floor-length lace concoction.
The pretty floor-length had a bib-like front and a white rose stitched on to the waist belt.
Meanwhile, Caroline chose a plunging V-neck black dress with neon blue and pink accents by the bust.
Back in the summer, Samantha became the talk of the fashion world when Vanity Fair voted her the best dressed woman of the year.
The politician's spouse was put at number one on the list because of her on-point, effortless look, which the magazine described as ‘Conservative charm’.
Samantha was above Taylor Swift who was listed as number two followed by Misty Copeland, the principal dancer of the American Ballet Theatre.
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It's safe to say Sofia Vergara is going to be one beautiful bride.
The stunning 43-year-old Modern Family actress is set to marry Magic Mikeactor Joe Manganiello at The Breakers Palm Beach resort in Florida on Sunday, and ET sat down with her dermatologist, Dr. Dendy E. Engelman, to get the scoop on how Vergara is preparing for her big day.
Engelman has been treating Vergara since 2011, and described the actress as "down to earth" and "one of the kindest people" she's ever treated. Engelman revealed that the star's beauty prep actually started two months ago.
"Two months before, we started with a skin firming for her décolleté and arms -- not that she really needs it -- but it helps just to have the firmness of the skin that you're going to expose," Engelman said, naming Nerium Firming Body Contour Cream ($110).
But the more intense treatments happen a month before the wedding.
"A month out we start with a laser called Intense Pulsed Light (about $300 to $600 per treatment) which helps to target red and brown spots, and helps to make the skin look fresh and very luminous -- that way we have plenty of time for recovery in case there's a spot that's trying to flake off," she explained. "I also start with a regimen of the Natura Bisse Enzyme Peel ($150) which helps just to accelerate cell turnover and make our skin look really glowing, and then I also like to recommend from Natura Bisse the Diamond Life Infusion Serum ($590) which helps to build collagen and makes the skin look bright and fresh."
"[I also use] NuGene Universal Serum ($300) which has fat direct stem cells, which help to pump the skin and really help focus on wrinkles, so that would be four to six weeks out before the wedding."
Engelman touted the OxyLight facial ($500 per session) as one of the most effective treatments done on Vergara, which her aesthetician does a week before the wedding.
"A week out we've treated Sofia with the OxyLight facial that my aesthetician Edyta does ... you've got a myriad of treatments [in one] that are really going to help, and they can step right out of this room and look red carpet ready."
Engelman revealed Vergara has sensitive skin, so the day before, she plans to use SkinCeuticals' Phyto Corrective Gel ($62) to help with redness.
"Little known fact, Sophia has pretty sensitive skin for being Latin so she tends to flush a little bit," she explained. " ... That's great for sun exposure as well."
The day of the wedding is reserved just for tanning.
"Day of, I do appreciate that despite her Colombian roots, she does protect her skin, so she has a very famous and favorite self-tanner called Vita Liberata Mousse ($43) ... and then just a body shimmer by Moroccan Oil ($48) which will help give a beautiful glow to her, and she's ready to walk down the aisle," she said.
Added up all together -- and not counting that Vergara could very likely multiple sessions of the same treatment -- the cost is approximately $2,303.
"This is thousands of dollars," Engelman admitted of the actress' wedding prep. "And the answer when you say, 'What does it cost to be a celebrity?,' the answer is, 'a lot.' People who are invested in their appearance, frequently will invest a lot in it -- not that she needs to, but it's certainly not without a price."
As for what Vergara's highly anticipated wedding dress will look like, Engelman would only give a hint.
"She obviously flaunts her figure on the red carpet, so I think we'll probably see a little of that with the décolleté and the back exposed," she said. "But she has beautiful shoulders. She actually has the prettiest hands I've ever seen."
ET caught up with Martha Stewart Weddings Editor-in-Chief Elizabeth Graves in August -- which Vergara recently posed for -- who dished that the star's nuptials will be attended by 300 guests.
"She's going to have a lot of people coming in from South America and from Europe," Graves said. "During our interview, Sofia joked that Reese Witherspoon had initially offered to help and then realized how many people were actually coming and balked at the idea of helping. She chickened out a little."
Vergara got engaged to Manganiello last Christmas. Sunday's nuptials will mark her second wedding -- she was previously married to her high-school sweetheart, Joe Gonzalez, though they divorced in 1993 -- and the first for the 38-year-old former True Blood star.
Watch the video below for more details on Vergara and Manganiello's big day.
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