Miss Elizabeth Mary-Wheeler Kossik and Timothy James Reddington were married July 8 at River Roast on the Chicago River in Chicago.
The bride is a daughter of David Kossik of Novi, Mich., and the late Janis Kossik. The bridegroom is a son of Jean Reddington of Quincy and Christopher and Valann Reddington of St. Charles, Ill.
The bride was given in marriage by her father during the 5:30 p.m. ceremony conducted by the bridegroom's brother-in-law, Christopher Fetter of Edina, Minn. Music was provided by guitarist Michael Kossik of Detroit, brother of the bride. Reader was Julie Fetter of Edina, sister of the bridegroom.
Flower girls were Miss Sarah Phelps of Sanford, N.C., niece of the bride, and Miss Carly Fetter of Edina, niece of the bridegroom.
A rehearsal party was hosted July 7 by the bridegroom's father at Fado Irish Pub in Chicago River North. A dinner reception and dance immediately followed the ceremony at River Roast.
Mr. and Mrs. Reddington honeymooned in the Virgin Islands and are at home in Chicago.
The bride is a 2003 graduate of Novi High School and a 2007 graduate of Michigan State University. She is a project development manager with Microgrid Energy.
The bridegroom graduated from Quincy High School in 2002 and from Northern Illinois University in 2007. He is a senior bank examiner with the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.
Bridal showers were held April 29 at Fox Classic Clubhouse in Plymouth, Mich., hosted by the bride's aunts, Mrs. William Crowley of Sanford and Mrs. Tom Pointner of Jacksonville, Fla.; May 20, hosted by Mrs. Jerry Holzgrafe and Mrs. Ned Broemmel, assisted by Heather Holzgrafe of St. Louis and Heidi Holzgrafe of Chicago, at the Holzgrafe home in Quincy; and March 26 at Nellcote Restaurant in Chicago, hosted by Andrea Burns of Chicago.