Valentine sweethearts

February 27, 2013

Twelve couples say “I do” during the City Market’s annual Tie the Knot event on Valentine’s Day. Couples married in the heated glass pavilion at City Market, which was decked out in a Valentine’s Day theme. The Rev. John Navarre officiated the ceremonies, held every 15 minutes. Navarre has been marrying sweethearts at City Market for three years and said, “I really enjoy it. It’s very romantic. I’m French on both sides (of the family) and this is my idea of romance.” Each couple received a mini-wedding cupcake from Bloom Baking Co. and guitarist and singer Ted Luce provided musical accompaniment.

Crystal and Michael Hamer of Historic Northeast stroll down the aisle after saying their vows

Jennifer (Enderly) Mingucci hugs 2-year-old Vincent Mingucci before saying “I do.” Leslie Collins

Three-year-old groomsman Aron Schofield shows off the big rock with his dad, Mike Schofield. Leslie Collins

Jack Novácek receives a helping hand from some family friends who ensure he looks his best. Family friends are Angie Farmer and Michael Yates. Novácek’s stepdaughter Jennifer (Enderly) Mingucci was the one getting hitched that day. Leslie Collins

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