Catiana DiCicco and Marino Harris
The bride married her groom in her favorite church, Saint Paul Cathedral, in a ceremony officiated by Father Ken Keene.
Cathi and Ralph DiCicco;
The bride married her groom in her favorite church, Saint Paul Cathedral (108 N. Dithridge St., Oakland; 412/621-4951, catholic-church.org/st.paulcathedralpgh), in a ceremony officiated by Father Ken Keene, a longtime friend of the bride’s family.
The bride’s mother created all the floral arrangements, including fall flower bouquets for the bridesmaids and an all-white arrangement for the bride.
Nancy Vandervoort (412/874-0691, nvandervoort.com) took photos of Cat and Marino's picturesque day.
On the Bride:
Cat wore a glamorous strapless dress she purchased from Bridal Beginning in Mt. Lebanon (450 Cochran Road; 412/343-6677, bridalbeginning.com).
On the Groom:
The men went to Men’s Wearhouse (multiple locations; 800/776-7848, menswearhouse.com) for traditional tuxes with pops of green to match the wedding’s color scheme.
More than 200 guests gathered at the Carnegie Music Hall Foyer (4400 Forbes Ave., Oakland; 412/622-1906, carnegiemuseums.org). Parkhurst Dining did not disappoint, preparing such tasty dishes as stuffed chicken. Cat’s parents hired a mandolinist to play during the cocktail hour, which took place on the balcony above the hall.
Parkhurst Dining created a red-velvet cake with cream-cheese icing that had guests raving.
Mandolinist Egidio "Jimmy" Faiella played during the cocktail hour, (412/653-4838, mandolinista.com) and afterward, DJ Mike Mason (412/931-3395) picked up the beat with party music.