New Castle News

Weddings

September 2, 2012

Kayla Marie Rosati and Justin Richard Gregorich

NEW CASTLE — Kayla Marie Rosati and Justin Richard Gregorich were married at 3:30 p.m. June 30, 2012, in Wallace Memorial Chapel of Westminster College. Officiating was the Rev. Stan Gregorek.

Parents of the bride are Vince and Laurell Rosati of New Castle.

Parents of the groom are Rick and Bonnie Gregorich of West Middlesex.

The bride wore a strapless white A-line gown designed by Mori Lee. It was embroidered with Aurora Borealis crystals with corset ties.

Here bouquet contained white and purple calla lilies and was accent with AB crystals and a purple rosary around the base.

Maid of honor was Kirstyn Gecina of Craddockville, Va.

Bridesmaids were Dawn Miller of Beaver Falls, Rachael Hardester, the bride’s cousin, of New Castle, Marissa Carr of New Wilmington, Suzi Joyce of Pittsburgh, Krista Sekelik of New Wilmington, Kelley Hallet of Pittsburgh, and Leah Hast of Pittsburgh.

Flower girl was Allison Traut, the bride’s cousin, of Vermilion, Ohio.

Miniature bride was Colleen Traut, the bride’s cousin, of Vermilion.

Miniature groom was Andrew Hardester, the bride’s cousin, of New Castle.

Serving as best man was Kyle Gregorich, the groom’s brother, of West Middlesex.

Groomsmen were Todd Miller of Columbia, S.C., J.R. Hardester, the bride’s cousin, of New Castle, Ricky Hosfelt of Hanover, Md., Jared Rosati, the bride’s twin, of Pittsburgh, Justin Smith of Craddockville, Chris Kadvan of Salem, Ohio, and Seth Gassner of West Middlesex.

The organist was Gary Roberts.

The reception was at The Georgetown in Boardman.

The couple spent their honeymoon in Paradise Island, Bahamas.

The bride is a 2006 graduate of New Castle High School and 2010 graduate of Westminster College. She is a substitute teacher, cashier at Giant Eagle and assistant softball coach at Laurel High School.

Her husband is a 2006 graduate of West Middlesex High School and 2010 graduate of Westminster College. He is employed with the Farrell School District and is head softball coach at Farrell High School.

The newlyweds make their home in Hubbard.

 

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