Blissful Matrimony



Photography provided by Sarah Rice Sterbling of Sherri Barber Photography

On September 12th, Lisa Selnick and Geoff Scharfenberger joined together in blissful matrimony. The wedding ceremony and reception were held at the picturesque Camargo Club, creating a beautiful background for the couple’s day.

“The entire day was absolutely amazing,” Lisa says. “One of the most special moments happened before the ceremony even started. I hadn’t seen my dad yet and Geoff and I were doing our first look and it just happened that when I walked out, I saw my dad in the background and he just started crying. It was a very emotional but wonderful moment.”

Both Lisa and Geoff consider themselves shy. So Lisa was a little nervous about their first dance where all attention would be focused on them, but as they danced to “Into the Mystic” by Van Morrison, Lisa described feeling as if they had a cloud over them and all she saw was her new loving husband. 

To add splendor to an incredible day, Lisa, Geoff and their friends and family marveled at a spectacular fireworks display.

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