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Tell Us About Your Penn State-Themed Wedding

For the past few weeks, we’ve heard from a bunch of alumni about their Penn State love stories, and now, we are searching for the best Penn State-themed weddings.

Whether you got married in State College, had your guests shake blue and white pompoms in celebration at your reception, or your cake was made to look like Beaver Stadium, we want to know about it and share your story in a post later this week.

Fill out this form to tell us all about your blue and white-themed special day or email me at [email protected] with the following information.

  • Both of your names
  • Graduation years
  • When and where was your wedding?
  • What made your wedding Penn State-themed?

Photo: Samantha Jay Photography

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Mindy Szkaradnik

Mindy is a senior majoring in Print Journalism, Spanish, and Global and International Studies. She is the 12th member of her family to attend Penn State, she loves Bruce Springsteen, and her friends are always making fun of her for talking too much about study abroad. She can be reached on Twitter (@mszkarad) or via email ([email protected]).

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