LORI BOLINA | PAUL VAGNARELLI
YOUNGSTOWN -- Paul Raymond Vagnarelli and his bride, the former Lori Lynn Bolina, both of 1942 Meadowbrook Ave., honeymooned during a southern Caribbean cruise following their Oct. 20 wedding at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church.
The couple were married during a 3 p.m. ceremony solemnized by Monsignor Michael Cariglio and the bride's uncle, the Rev. William Petrunak. A reception was held afterward at The Elm Tree in Struthers for the daughter of Norma Bolina, 2042 Everett Ave., and the late George Bolina, who had lived in New Springfield, and the son of Paul and Karen Vagnarelli, 2038 Brandon Ave., Boardman.
The bride's white satin gown featured a scalloped Sabrina neckline, long sleeves and an elongated bodice. It was embellished with sequins and Battenberg lace, and the full skirt formed a cathedral train.
Navy blue gowns were worn by the bride's sister and honor attendant, Jody Bolina, and the bridesmaids, Kristi Vagnarelli, a sister of the groom, and Lisa Bolina, the bride's sister. Serving as flower girls were the bride's cousins, Veronica and Madeline Christoff.
James Cleary was best man, and groomsmen were George Bolina III, the bride's brother, and Steve Krall. Ring bearer was Brandon Krall.
The bride, who works in management for Walgreen Pharmacy in Kent, attended Youngstown State University. The groom is a laborer with Terreri Construction in North Jackson.
The couple live at the Meadowbrook Avenue address.