Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Pantalone are making their home in Arlington, Va., after their wedding April 14 at Hollin Hall, where an evening reception also took place. Jeff Maszal officiated at the outdoor ceremony.
The bride, the former Danielle Lynn Pavlansky, is the daughter of Patrick Pavlansky of Austintown and Karen Pavlansky of Canfield. The groom is a son of Vincent and Carla Pantalone of Camp Hill, Pa.
The bride wore a lace gown highlighted by a chapel train accented by crystals and pearls. Bryanne Halfhill was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Allison Pavlansky, the bride’s sister; Julia and Rachel Pantalone, the groom’s sisters; Kalie Luklan, the bride’s cousin; and Ellen Conti, Julianna Toscani, Jillian Halfhill and Elaine Tillotson. Flower girls were Taylor McCully and the bride’s cousin, Maggie Pavlansky.
Performing the duties of best man for his brother was Robert Pantalone. Groomsmen were Nick Pantalone, brother of the groom; Louis Coppola, the bride’s cousin; Aaron Myers, the groom’s cousin; and Christopher Donlon, Vinny Giacalone, Zach Hoover, Alex Kowalski and Mike Raimondo. Ring bearer was Thomas Pavlansky, the bride’s cousin.
Mrs. Pantalone earned a bachelor’s degree at Pennsylvania State University and a master of public policy from George Mason University. She is a congressional assistant in the U.S. House of Representatives in Washington, D.C.
Her husband earned a bachelor’s degree at Carnegie Mellon University. He is a consultant with CACI in Fairfax, Va.