The Wedding Party...

by guestofaguest · March 10, 2009

    Allison Silverman and Adrian Jones [Photo by Sharon Schuster for 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!

    [Introducing Guest of a Guest's "The Wedding Party"]

    Allison Sliverman and Adrian Jones (Pictured above) Married Feb 21st at the Players Club in NY, Allison, the executive producer of "The Colbert Report" was all smiles on the dance floor.  She met Adrian at a Christmas party in '01 where she was on a quest to meeting three new people before the evening's end. "Our relationship is a big collaboration," said Mr. Jones, a theater set designer, who compared their approach to marriage with improvisational comedy (which Ms. Silverman has often performed). "It might not turn out how you anticipate, but it might turn out better."

    More weddings below...

    Allison Podell and Bradley Saft Allison Podell and Bradley Saft (Married Saturday) Allison is an associate in real esate at the NY real-estate tax law firm Podell, Schwartz, Schechter & Banfield.  She graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania and received her law degree from NYU.  Bradley is a principal at Centre Partners management, an investment firm in NY.  He graduated from Princeton with an M.B.A. from Harvard.

    Heather Floyd and Victor Escamilla Heather Floyd and Victor Escamilla (Married Thursday) Heather is an Internet technology consultant for various companies in NYC. She graduated from NYU.  Victor is a personal banker in the retail financial services division of JPMorgan Chase in NY. He graduated from Columbia where he also received a master's degree in American studies.

    Tara Sussman and Jeffrey OakmanTara Sussman and Jeffrey Oakman (Married Saturday) Tara is a candidate for a Ph.D. in health care policy at Harvard where she received her masters.  She graduated magna cum laude from Brown. Jeffrey is a project manager at the Architectural Heritage Foundation, a nonprofit real estate organization in Boston that specializes in historic preservation. He graduated magna cum lade from Rice with a master's from Princeton.