Christine Perrin and Nathan Woodruff exchanged wedding vows on Saturday, May 28, 2011, at Peek'n Peak Resort in Findley Lake, New York. The Reverend Nancy Schwanke performed the 5:30 pm outdoor ceremony on the deck of The Retreat. Paul J. Eisert and Joan Papalia-Eisert provided the prelude music and sang, "Marry Me" by Train, for the bridal entrance.
The bride is the daughter of Archer and Sue Perrin of Pittsfield. The groom is the son of Arnold and Diane Woodruff of Richmond, VA.
Escorted down the aisle by her father, the bride was attended by her sister, Nicole Pulcinello, matron of honor from Erie, and by bridesmaids Beth Crane of Georgia, Mandy Freeborough of North Carolina, Heather Gallion of Virginia, and Amanda Saeli of Warren. Flower girl was Abigail Pulcinello, bride's niece.
Russell Woodruff, groom's brother from Michigan, was best man. Groomsmen were Eric Myers, Randy Roig, Jeremy Savage and Adam Windham, all friends of the groom from Virginia.
A black and white dinner reception immediately followed the ceremony inside The Retreat at Peek'n Peak Resort. The black and white polka dot wedding cake was created by Helen Giacoma of Corry. EJ the DJ provided music for dancing.
The rehearsal dinner was hosted by the groom's parents at the Inn at Peek'n Peak.
The bride is a 1998 graduate of Youngsville High School and served in the US Air Force, the Air Force Reserves, the Army Reserves and the National Guard. She is now a paramedic with Stafford, VA, Fire and EMS. The groom graduated in 1995 from Osbourn Park High School in Manassas, VA, and from Johnson and Wales Culinary School in Norfolk, VA. He is currently employed as an insurance specialist with Carpet One in Woodbridge, VA.
After a honeymoon in North Carolina, the couple is now at home in Triangle, VA.