Can't remember the church name; but it was in Chinatown.
The reception was at the St. Regis.
Regarding her family:
Does Katie's daddy have some dough?
It's frightening what you can find out in five minutes with google.
The family still lives in Cinnci. They bought their home in 1995 for $114,000. It's a four-square built in 1990, with four bedrooms and 1.5 baths. According to tax records, it's 2479 square feet on .16 of an acre. Judging from the google streetview, it's a lovely home. Can't imagine having seven children in it though.
Based on her father's linkedin profile, I'm going to guess he makes about $120k per year, give or take.
Seeing this now I realize I made a typo. Their home would have likely been built 1910-1930. I spent my teens living in an American four square. My town is full of them; they're probably one of the earliest examples of cookie-cutter housing. Unless they been gutted at some point, they're all the same. Part of the square-footage is a finished, walk-up attic. The four bedrooms are fairly small. I'm guessing there were several sets of bunk beds.
A smaller family would be quite comfortable. They're great houses.