[Photo by Carmel Zucher for the NYTimes]
Let's take a look at the weddings that made the headlines this week. Do you know of a fun, interesting wedding? Drop us a line and let us know about it!
Beth Leachman and Josh Gadbaw (pictured above). married December 30th in Boulder, CO. These two spunky, free-spirited, musically inclined individuals were both patiently waiting to meet their better halves. They met, he sang "Silent Night" without squirming, and the rest is history. They both love traveling in Europe with no reservations, scouring thrift shops, and long breakfasts. The couple have a habit of dancing. "They have their own free-for-all styels, but they're perfect together." Said the sister-in-law.
More weddings below:
Devon Binch and Adam Myers: Married Saturday afternoon at St. John's Anglican Church on Harbour Island in the Bahamas. Devon graduated from Trinity College and was the manager of sponsorships and evens at Janus Capital in Denver. Adam graduated from Kenyon College with an M.B.A. from the University of Denver. He is a projcet manager at Turner Construction in Cincinnati.
Fun Fact: Adam's father played for the San Francisco 49ers.
Scarlet Deford and Adam Winner: Married Saturday evening at Christ and Holy Trinity Church in Westport, CT. The couple met at Syracuse University. Scarlet works as a saleswoman for the Rogan clothing store in NYC. Adam works in NY as a studio assistant for the painter Philip Pearlstein.
Harper Fertig and James Robinson: Married Saturday evening at the Glen Island Harbour Club in New Rochelle, NY. Harper is a lawyer at Citigroup. She graduated from Colgate with a law degree from Brooklyn Law School. James is a vice president for a unit of Skanska, the Swedish construction company. He is the account manager for projects including the Brooklyn Bridge Park and Hudson River Park.
Linda Tsai and Richard Weinhart: Married Friday at Batter Gardens restaurant in NY. Linda is a stock analyst at MKM Partners in Greenwich, CT. She graduated from barnard with an M.B.A. from NYU. Richard graduated from St. John Fisher College and was VP and stock analyst at BMO Capital Markets, a division of the Bank of Montreal.