Susan Marie Brewster and George Joseph Homan were united in marriage on Sept. 18, 2010, in an outside double-ring ceremony at Linden Hall Mansion in Dawson, Pa. The ceremony was officiated by Pastor Chad Adamik, cousin of the bride.
The bride is the daughter of Charles Brewster and Kathleen Adamik of Parkersburg. She is a 1994 graduate of Parkersburg High School and a 2000 graduate of West Virginia University, where she earned a bachelor's in psychology. She is employed as a sales representative for Grainger Industrial Supply for the South Central Pennsylvania territory.
The groom is the son of the late George and Bunny Homan of Mineral Point, Pa. He is a 1986 graduate of Central Cambria High School and a 1991 graduate of West Virginia University, where he earned a bachelor's in sociology and criminology. He is employed as a sales engineer for Petro-Choice, Total Fluids Management for the Central Pennsylvania territory.
Given away by her parents, the bride was escorted to the altar by her father, accompanied by two acoustic guitars playing Pachelbel's Canon in D Major. Her strapless ivory ball gown had a fitted, ruched bodice with a slight, sweetheart neckline. One-inch tulle tiers shaped the full skirt, showing just a hint of Swarovski crystals that were aligned underneath each tier. Her bouquet featured cream and blush roses arranged with calla lilies, all collected in a satin ivory wrap pinned with crystals to coordinate with her gown.
Friend of the bride, Courtney St. Clair of Portage, Pa. served as maid of honor. There were two matrons of honor as well: Toni Lucas-DePaul, cousin of the groom from Gaithersburg, Md., and Jamie Homan-Friedhoff, sister of the groom, from Mineral Point, Pa. These attendants wore satin empire gowns with chiffon halters in rose petal pink and carried bouquets of cream and blush roses collected in satin ivory wraps. The three flower girls, Landon Gebhardt, Chloe Meier and Elaina Lucas, all nieces of the groom, tossed blush rose petals along the aisle while wearing ivory Cinderella gowns with pearl accents.
Son of the groom, Conner Homan, served as best man. Groomsmen and best friends of the groom were Lance Rittenhouse of Marshall, Va., and Chadd Lucas of Woodbridge, Va. Ring bearer was Brayden Brewster, nephew of the bride, of Parkersburg. The groom wore a charcoal tuxedo with a pewter vest and tie accented with a calla lily boutonniere and the groomsmen wore charcoal tuxedos with silver vests and ties accented with ivory rose boutonnieres.
A reception was held inside the mansion following the ceremony. The three-tiered ivory and blush pink cake was accented with silver ribbon and three blush roses adorned the top. The cake consisted of layers of vanilla, red velvet and almond with a raspberry-cream cheese icing.
Immediately following the reception, the couple departed for the Sandals Resort in Montego Bay, Jamaica. They reside outside of Pittsburgh, Pa.