GRACE TSIKOURISBRIAN PAPINI
CAMPBELL -- Grace Tsikouris, a daughter of Nicholas and Alfreda Tsikouris, 711 Devitt Ave., and Brian Papini, a son of Carole Papini, 95 Freedom Ave., were united in marriage May 26 at Archangel Michael Greek Orthodox Church.
Presiding at the 3 p.m. ceremony were the Revs. Alexander Goussetis and Daniel Rohan.
The couple accepted congratulations during a reception at Archangel Michael Community Center before leaving on a wedding trip to Hawaii. They live at the Freedom Avenue address.
The bride's off-the-shoulder-style gown featured cap sleeves, an empire waistline and a cathedral train, and was embellished with pearls.
Cranberry-colored gowns were worn by Melina and Theresa Tsikouris, the bride's sisters and honor attendants, and the bridesmaids, Katina Hazimihalis, Melina Hazimihalis, Chrissy Tsikouris and Maria Rohan, the bride's cousins; and Keri Kinnick. Flower girl was Stephanie Rivera.
Sharing the duties of best man were the groom's brother, John Papini, and David Rivera, and serving as groomsmen were Paul Lindsay, Michael Vansuch, Randy Calabria, and the bride's brothers, John and Jimmy Tsikouris. Ring bearer was the bride's brother, Nikitas Tsikouris.
The bride, a special-education teacher with Campbell City Schools, graduated from Youngstown State University with a degree in elementary/special education. The groom is a project manager with Graybar Electric in Youngstown.