The Sculpture Garden of New Orleans Museum of Art provided the setting for the May 12 marriage of Sarah Rainey Esfahani and Anthony Lawrence Tringhese, both of Houston. The Rev. Martin J. Bastian officiated.
The bride is a daughter of Matt and Jennifer Ghods Esfahani of Houston. Parents of the groom are Anthony and Patricia Tringhese of Austintown.
The couple received guests during a reception at the New Orleans Museum of Art. They honeymooned in Paris, France and Santori Island, Greece, and live in Houston.
The bride wore a strapless couture gown of Chantilly lace featuring a cathedral-length veil trimmed in matching lace.
Maid of honor for her sister was Elizabeth Rainey Esfahani. Bridesmaids were Emma Hansson, Laura Freyss and Sarah Towbin. They wore steel-blue dresses. Flower girls were Ruby Jolivette, the groom’s niece, and Sofia Esfahani, the bride’s cousin.
Performing the duties of best men were the groom’s brothers, Michael and Tim Tringhese. Groomsmen were Ben Hannis, the groom’s cousin, and Keith Canacci.
The bride graduated from Tulane University with a bachelor’s degree in accounting and art history. She is creative director of Matt Cameron Rugs and Tapestries in Houston.
The groom earned bachelor’s degrees in finance and history at Tulane and is working toward a master of business administration degree at Rice University.