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Christine & Mark: A Formal Wedding in New York, NY

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Christine & Mark in New York, NY
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Christine and Mark's simple, nondenominational ceremony (the bride is Catholic and the groom is Jewish) took place in the Essex House Grand Salon.
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Christine walked down the aisle carrying a bouquet of calla lilies.
Andrew Pascoe Flowers, Oyster Bay
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The mood was elegant but soon enough the music of the New York City Swing band brought Mark and Christine's guests to their feet.
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Dinner at Christine and Mark's wedding was served in the Grand Salon, with its mirrored walls and magnificent crystal chandelier. A tall vase on each table held bare branches hung with small votive candleholders.
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Christine and Mark's guests enjoyed a four-tier chocolate cake with white frosting, adorned with a bouquet and a silver-blue ribbon.
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Christine & Mark in New York, NY

Christine Buono and Mark Tuchman bonded over their shared love of the unexpected. The couple have always loved to try new things, so it was no surprise that their NYC nuptials contained an unexpected twist! THE BRIDE Christine Buono, 30, kindergarten teacher THE GROOM Mark Tuchman, 30, equity salesman THE DATE February 16 Six years after they first met at the annual Feast of San Genarro in New York's Little Italy, Mark proposed. Cranky and exhausted after her first week of school, Christine cried at first and said, "No! Not now! I was so mean to you!" before accepting her ring.
- Jennifer K. Covino
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