Stephanie Alayna Smith and Curtis Gregory Fay, both of South Williamsport, were united in marriage at 4 p.m. June 22, 2013.
The Rev. Spencer Sweeting officiated at the ceremony held at First United Methodist Church.
A rehearsal dinner was held at Jeremiah’s at the Bullfrog Brewery and a reception was held at DiSalvo’s.
The bride is the daughter of Linda and Ronald Smith, of South Williamsport. She graduated from South Williamsport Area High School in 1999. She received a bachelor’s degree in Spanish secondary education from Grove City College in 2003 and a master’s degree in instructional technologies from Penn State University in 2011. She is employed by South Williamsport Area School District as a Spanish teacher.
Fay is the son of Mary and Gregory Fay, of Big Pond. He graduated from Athens Area High School in 2000 and received a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Shippensburg University in 2004. He is employed by Comprehensive Financial Group as a financial advisor.
Matron of honor was Shelly Bailey, of Haddonfield, N.J., sister of the bride.
Bridesmaids were Rebecca Ogden, of Perkasie; Tanya Hersey, of York; Tish Robinson, of King George, Va.; and Beth Sweeting, of Williamsport.
Flower girls were Mackenzie and Megan Morgan, of Big Pond, nieces of the bridegroom.
Ring bearer was Shane Smith, of Bloomington, Ill., nephew of the bride.
Best man was Jeffrey Fay, of Kailua, Hawaii, brother of the bridegroom.
Groomsmen were Paul Mizenko, of Alpharetta, Ga.; Michael Miller, of South Williamsport; Michael Dorman, of Wilmington, Del.; and Brian Brooking, of Williamsport.
Following a wedding trip to San Juan, Puerto Rico, and Philadelphia, the couple is residing in South Williamsport.