Holly McDonough, Jason Stadtler married

25 Jul 2016 | 04:10

Holly Catherine McDonough, of Lafayette, and Jason John Stadtler were married on Friday, April 8, 2016, 6 p.m., at the Meadow Wood Manor in Randolph. Rev. Richard J. Colonna, a friend of the couple from Garwood, officiated.
The bride, daughter of Delores McDonough, of Lafayette, is a 2002 graduate of High Point Regional High School, and a 2005 graduate of Sussex County Community College. She is employed as an administrative assistant for the facilities manager at Crum and Forster Insurance Company in Morristown.
The groom, son of John and Antonietta Stadtler, of Cherry Hill, is a 1997 graduate of Cherry Hill High School West and he attended Camden Community College for automotive trade. He is employed as a delivery driver for Tulpehocken Mountain Spring Water in Fairfield.
The maid of honor, Dana Iannantuono, is the bride's best friend from Abingdon, Md. Bridesmaids were Jessica Vega, friend of the bride from Kew Gardens, N.Y., Pamela Valentin, longtime friend of the bride from Lafayette, and Alicia Hess, friend of the bride from Maple Shade. The bride was walked down the aisle by her uncle, Joseph Carrier, of Barnegat.
Craig Stadtler, the groom's brother from Pennsauken, served as the best man. Groomsmen were Ryan Stadtler, the groom's brother from Cherry Hill, Joshua Moore, best friend of the groom from South Hampton, Pa, and John Hess, friend of the groom from Maple Shade.
The flower girl was Alexis Goldsworthy, of Ogdensburg, and the ring bearer was Brandon Hess, of Maple Shade. Music was provided by Infinity Entertainment DJ.
A reception was held at 7 p.m. at the Meadow Wood Manor in Randolph.
The couple enjoyed a southern Caribbean cruise, and are at home in Lafayette.