Amy Przepiora and Adam Babcock were united in marriage on May 4, 2013 at 1:30 p.m. at St. Joseph Church in Fredonia. The traditional Catholic ceremony was officiated by Father Charles Zadora. Music was provided by soloist Virginia Miller and organist Lucy Hurley.
The bride is the daughter of Henry and Mary Lou Przepiora of Cheektowaga. The groom is the son of Stephen and Donalee Babcock of Fredonia.
The bride was escorted by her father. She wore an ivory strapless gown with a drop waist and ruffled skirt and train. Small flowers were embroidered on the gown as well. She carried a colorful bouquet made of assorted vibrant flowers.
Amy and Adam Babcock
The maid of honor was Lisa Przepiora of Cheektowaga, sister of the bride. She wore a long strapless chiffon dress in jade with an ivory sash. She carried a bouquet of long-stemmed ivory gerbera daisies.
Bridesmaids were Krista Stevens of Orchard Park, sister of the bride, who wore a purple dress; Shannon Tyszka of Hamburg, sister of the bride, who wore a fuschia dress; and Stephanie Allen of Eden, friend of the bride, who wore a tangelo dress. All of the bride's attendants wore ivory sashes and carried ivory gerbera daisies.
Thomas Workoff of Silver Springs, Md., originally from Silver Creek and cousin of the groom, served as best man. Ushers were Jacob Babcock of Fredonia, brother of the groom; Jason Gage of Columbus, Ohio, friend of the groom; Brian Swartz of Angola, friend of the groom; and Scott Brandt of Fredonia, cousin of the groom. Henry Stevens, a nephew, served as ring bearer.
A reception followed the ceremony, held at Kiebzak's Beginnings in Sloan.