[Stacia Zukroff and Wyatt Biel, photos via 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!
Stacia Zukroff and Wyatt Biel. (Pictured above). Married on November 15, 2008 at the Highland Center in Crawfor Notch, N.H.. These uber ambitious travelers found true love over their passion for adventure. This year, Stacia had somewhat of a panic attack in May: “I’m almost 40, and I’m not married, and I don’t have a child and I don’t have a Ph.D.!” she recalled wailing to Mr. Biel. “And he said ‘Well, we can get married. We can have a child. As for the Ph.D., babe, you’re on your own. But I can support you while you do it.’ ”
Fun Fact: the couple met when Stacia was assigned to be Wyatt's mentor at the Appalachian Mountain Club's leadership training workshop.
More weddings below:
Nancy Kuhn and Bernard Nussbaum: Married yesterday at the Harmonie Club in NYC. The bride is a sales associate at Downing-Frye Realty in Naples and fund-raiser for Democratic candidates. She graduated from NYU. Bernard is a senior partner at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, the NY law firm and was the counsel to Bill Clinton. He is on the board of Mount Sinai and the Jewish Theological Seminary. He graduated from Columbia and Harvard Law.
Fun Fact: The couple met over politics
Shira Tolins and Benjamin Roth: Married December 6th at the Park Avenue Synagogue. Shira is an account supervisor at Cline Davis & Mann, and Benjamin is an associate in the tax department of Chadbourne & Parke. The couple met at the University of Michigan.
Pinny Chin and Bernard Lee: Married December 6th in Key West, Fla. Pinny is the head of visual merchandising in the US for H&M and graduated from FIT. Bernard works at Deutsche Bank as a senior associate.
Cassandra Pettiford and Garrick Landsberg: Married December 6th in the state botanical garden of Georgia in Athens, GA. Cassandra is the coordinator for visual history at the Directors Guild of America in LA. Garrick is an associate and architectural designer at CO Architects in LA.
Fun Fact: Garrick served on the US Marines from '88 to '92 attaining the rank of corporal, and serving in the Persian Gulf War.