On Saturday Christopher Nork married long time love Tiffany Young. Chris and Tiffany are fixtures on the social scene in Philadelphia, mainly behind the scenes. Chris is the GM of Denim and Tiffany works p/t at it’s sister club G Lounge, while also maintaining her own massage/wellness company “On The Spot Wellness.”
Their family and friends gathered for an afternoon wedding at St Olive’s in Bristol, then headed over to the Downtown Club at 7th & Chestnut Streets for an evening reception over looking the beautiful city skyline as well as the Delaware River.

The Mayor made an appearance DBA Drew Carballo, with him is Megan Tantillo, Pete and Justina Grossman

Here Mr Nork is with his childhood friend Jack Rusin, who also tickled the ivories during the cocktail party.
Kerry O’Donnell, Elizabeth Brutti, Christina Forsyth and Dana Zamparelli. (Dana, tiffany and I once broke bread at Zama, which was reviewed this week in the Inquirer. LeBan gave it 3 Bells. Congrats!!
Carri Nork-Minelli and Dino Minelli. Dino tells me that Public Houses’ 5th Anniversary Party is coming up. You’re recall that Sky Nellor spun at their last anniversary party, so this one should be big. Carrie is the Director of Marketing at Parx’s casino. Remember when we had so much fun covering Pam Anderson a few weeks back.Erin Walsh and Tim Nork
Mark Marek and Kate Carmack (who has the same birthday of me) His FB page says

Marshall Young’s Bday is officially into day 2. 2pm on South street SHARP 3rd street. Don’t forget Marsh.

Diana and John Martinelli. John is the Director of Player Development and Player Services at Parx Casino.

Putter, and his lovely wife Jessica Koehler- Beggs
The room was decorated beautifully, carry over the theme of the large decorative branches, as every other table had a vase of flowers
Mr and Mrs Nork with the brides mother Pat Marchetti-Young and her brother.
Mr and Mrs Christopher Nork – Congratulations!! Today they are off for a tour of the Greek Islands for 10 days.
Tiffany is wearing a Nicole Miller Bridal Gown bought at our friend Mary Dougherty’s shop at the Bellevue.