Lindsay Neidich and Michael James Gianoutsos
Lindsay wore a matte satin gown in oyster, with Swarovski beading and a chapel train. She completed the look with an ivory feather hairpiece and birdcage veil, all from Alfred Angelo.
Ross and Patricia Neidich;
James and Nancy Gianoutsos
Ceremony and Reception
Michael and Lindsay tied the knot during a ceremony officiated by Reverend LeRoy Beckes at First Presbyterian Church of Bradford (54 E. Corydon St., Bradford; 814/362-5569, presbybradford.org). The wedding party rode to the reception in a procession of antique convertibles, volunteered by Bradford’s Street Dreams Car Club in exchange for a donation to charity. The couple then treated 170 guests to a candle-lit dinner of prime rib, chicken and salmon at the Pennhills Club (146 Pennhills Dr., Bradford; 814/368-6159, pennhillsclub.com).
Pam Taylor assembled a hand clutch of white roses, hydrangeas and stephanotis with a ribbon accent for the bride (Floral Expressions by Pam, 443 E. Main St., Unit 3, Bradford; 814/368-3778).
Shawn Murray of Shawn Murray Photography (25 Main St., Bradford; 814/558-0999, shawnmurrayphotography.com)
On the Bride
Lindsay wore a matte satin gown in oyster, with Swarovski beading and a chapel train. She completed the look with an ivory feather hairpiece and birdcage veil, all from Alfred Angelo (multiple locations; 866-8ANGELO, alfredangelo.com).
On the Groom
Mike wore a simple two-button Calvin Klein tux for a classic look on his wedding day (from Men’s Wearhouse, multiple locations; 800/766-7848, menswearhouse.com).
Dee Bishop (814/966-3835) stacked four tiers of almond cake, iced them with buttercream, and decorated the cake with ivory dotted swiss and fresh flowers.
Family friend and vocalist Barbara Pederson sang Etta James’ classis “At Last” for the couple’s first dance. After that, DJ Mic McMillen (814/362-4855) picked up the pace to keep guests on the dance floor for the rest the evening.