Mallory Elizabeth Bieber, of Hamburg, and Edward Charles Hamm, of Wellsboro, were united in marriage at 1 p.m. Saturday, July 6, 2013.
The Rev. Donald Cieniewicz officiated at the ceremony held at St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church, Hamburg.
A rehearsal was held at Carmello’s Roman Delight, Orwigsburg, and a reception was held at Bear Creek Mountain Resort, Macungie.
The bride is the daughter of Sandra and Stephen Bieber, of Blandon. She graduated from Fleetwood Area High School, Fleetwood, in 2002. She received a master’s degree from Misericordia University, Dallas, Pa., in 2007, and a doctorate in physical therapy from Temple University, Philadelphia, in 2010. She is employed by Reading Hospital, West Reading, as a clinical supervisor of inpatient therapy.
Hamm is the son of Agnes and Joseph Hamm, South Williamsport. He graduated from the former Bishop Neumann High School, now St. John Neumann Regional Academy, in 2002. He received a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Misericordia University in 2006 and a master’s degree in education from Wilkes University, Wilkes-Barre, in 2010. He is employed by Wellsboro School District, Wellsboro, as a sixth grade teacher.
Matron of honor was Kelly-Ann Schlegel, of Fleetwood, sister of the bride.
Bridesmaids were Amy Berger, of Philadelphia; Stephanie Gould, of Fleetwood; Katelyn and Emily Bieber, of Blandon; and Courtney Bieber, of Muhlenberg, all cousins of the bride; Rayne Pfeil, of Hawley; Kristin Zack, of Philadelphia; and Lisa Schutt, of Silver Springs, Md.
Junior bridesmaid was Maran Kingsley, niece of the bridegroom.
Flower girls were Aubrey and Kendall Hamm, and Rory Kingsley, all nieces of the bridegroom, and Layla Pfeil.
Ring bearer was Logan Schlegel, nephew of the bride.
Best men were Patrick, of Stanford, Conn. and Andrew Hamm, of Philadelphia, brothers of the bridegroom.
Groomsmen were Daniel, of Hughesville, and Matthew Hamm, of Rockville, Md., both brothers of the bridegroom; Matthew Bieber, of Fleetwood, brother of the bride; Bradley Litchfield, of Ewing, N.J.; Christopher Vanaskie, of Montoursville; and Adam Welteroth, of Williamsport.
Following a wedding trip to Disney World and Excellence Resort in Playa Mujeres, the couple is residing in Wellsboro.