Kaitlin A. Ganga and Jeremiah L. Overton were married in the field behind the American Legion Hall in Amagansett on May 17, a date that marks both of their birthdays. East Hampton Town Justice Steven Tekulsky officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Megan Ganga of Glade Road and Anthony J. Ganga of Neck Path, both in Springs. Mr. Overton’s parents are Leon and Suzanne Overton of Three Mile Harbor Road, East Hampton.
Attending the bride were Danielle Tum of New Port Richey, Fla., as maid of honor; Lacy Bejsovec and Huong Duong of East Hampton, Sherry Gherardi of Bethpage, Victoria Ganga of East Hampton, her cousin, and the groom’s niece Rachel Overton of East Hampton. The bride’s daughter, Jana Lee Syfert of East Hampton, and another of Mr. Overton’s nieces, Gabrielle Miller, were the flower girls.
The groom’s father was his best man. He was also attended by Justin Leland of East Hampton, Chad Webb of Sag Harbor, Ian Megginson of East Hampton, and the bride’s brother, Jason Ganga of Houston, who gave the bride away.
She wore a strapless Galina ivory lace gown and carried white vendela roses and hydrangeas. Her attendants wore navy and yellow.
The wedding was catered by the bride and groom and her father and brother, with a Tuscan Table by Debbie Geppert.
The bride, who will take her husband’s name, is a supervisor at Island Group Administration in East Hampton. Mr. Overton is an arborist at Timberworks Tree and Land Management, also in East Hampton.
After a honeymoon to Cancun in Mexico, the couple are back at home on Tub-Oarsman’s Road, East Hampton.