Andrea Hackett and Brian Moen of Edinboro, Penn., were married Sunday, Aug. 3, at The Aerie at Eagle Landing in Happy Valley.
The Revs. Paul Linnemann and Mark Schulze officiated the double-ring ceremony, with Andrea's father walking her down the aisle.
The daughter of Timothy and Stephanie Hackett and Michael and Lisa Black, Andrea graduated from Sherwood High School in 2006 and Pacific Lutheran University in 2010. She is a graduate student at Edinboro University, studying speech pathology.
The groom is the son of Ronald and Karen Moen of Gresham. He works in sound design.
The bride wore a Maggie Sottero gown and carried light pink Gerald roses framed with ruscus leaves and Malibu-colored gems, intermixed with roses, calla lilies and baby's breath.
The bride carried a hand-embroidered handkerchief from her great-grandmother.
Jill Jonas, best friend of the bride, and Ariana Black, sister of the bride, served as maid of honor and junior maid of honor.
Other bridesmaids included sister of grooms Carolyn Moen and
Sarah Moen; and friends Stacey Arnold, Randi Boyett, Beth Connell and Erin D'Agnese.
Flowers girls were Melissa Prill, Malerie Prill and Gwen Redshaw, with Logan Vickets as ring bearer.
The groom's best friend Tyson Freshour served as best man. His attendants included brothers of the bride, Austin and Aidan Hackett; cousin, Joseph Johnston; and friends, Matt Hill, Jon Redshaw?, Darren Redshaw? and Brian Shutte.
Ushers were Roger Shafer Jr. and Alexander John Shafer.
As their honeymoon, the bride and groom drove across the country with many fun stops along the way to their new home in PennsylvaniaAdd a comment