EMILY WILSONMICHAEL CANTERINO
XGIRARD -- Michael Canterino and his bride, the former Emily Wilson, both of Shannon Road, were married June 4 at St. Rose Church.
The couple exchanged nuptial vows during a noon ceremony solemnized by the Rev. James Korda, and were honored afterward during a reception at St. Lucy Hall in Campbell.
The bride, a daughter of Bruce and Susan Wilson, Washington Street, Warren, is in management at Coach Leatherwear in Grove City.
Parents of the groom are Tony and Theresa Canterino, Tod Avenue. He is an engineer with Norfolk Southern in Youngstown.
The bride's white, two-piece gown of satin featured a corseted back and was embellished with embroidery, cording, Swarovski crystals and beads. The skirt extended to a chapel-length train.
Ice-pink gowns were worn by the honor attendant, Cathleen Barrow, sister of the bride, and the bridesmaids, Katie Fridley; Rachel Basista and Gina and Jessica Shinoskie, cousins of the groom; and Amy Canterino, his sister-in-law. The bride's sister, Amanda Wilson, was junior bridesmaid, and her niece, Laura Barrow, was flower girl.
Bill Sperlazza served as best man, and groomsmen were Keith Schubert, George Basista, Craig Blackburn and the groom's brothers, Anthony and Nick Canterino. Matthew, Andrew and Chris Wilson, all brothers of the bride, were ushers, and another brother, Steven Wilson, was junior groomsman. Her nephew, Landon Barrow, was ring bearer.