This wedding of Amy Lynn Polkovitch and Andrew Joseph Harman, both of Columbus, took place on May 19, at St. Michael Church in Canfield. The Rev. Terry Hazel officiated at the 2 p.m. ceremony for the daughter of Mary Jean and Larry Polkovitch of Canfield, and the son of Cindi and Harold Harman of Toledo. After a cocktail hour and reception at the Lake Club in Poland, the bride and groom left for a honeymoon in Aruba and Curacao. They are making their home in Upper Arlington.
The bride wore a mermaid-style lace and tulle gown with a sweetheart neckline, lace straps, and a sheer overlay starting at the waist. She carried a bouquet of white hydrangeas, vanilla roses, and green hypericum berries.
Wearing organic green silk taffeta dresses, the bridal attendants carried bouquets of white hydrangeas and green fuji and button mums. Serving as maids of honors were the bride's friends, Karen Scott of New York City and Gretchen Seibert of Chicago. Bridesmaids included the bride's cousin, Alyssa Kozlow of Chicago, the groom's sister Caitlin Harman of Toledo, and the bride's friends, Michele Gomori of Canfield, Kristin Hammelrath of Chicago, and Courtney Karn and Megan Roussos, both of Columbus.
MR. AND MRS. ANDREW J. HARMAN
Brian Harman of Toledo was his brother's best man. Serving as groomsmen were the bride's brother, Daniel Polkovitch of Chicago, and the groom's friends Tony Bunker, Drew Hanna, David Delong, Matt Taylor, and Patrick Warnement all of Columbus, Bryan Geha of Toledo, Richard Jankowski of Philadelphia, and Jordan Paszczykowski of Ladera Ranch, Calif. The bride's cousin, Nicolas Dascenzo of Canfield, was the ring bearer.
The bride, a graduate of Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, is an account executive with Fahlgren Mortine in Columbus. The groom, a graduate of The Ohio State University, is a general manager with Central Parking Systems also in Columbus.