New Castle News


November 4, 2012

Autumn Rae Wasielczyk and Nicklaus Henry Paris

NEW CASTLE — Autumn Rae Wasielczyk and Nicklaus Henry Paris were married at 4:30 p.m. Sept. 8, 2012 at Chapel Valley Estates, Ellwood City. Pastor Joe Thomas officiated.

Parents of the bride are Denise and Edward Wasielczyk of Prospect.

Parents of the groom are Cindy and Louis Paris of New Castle.

The bride wore an ivory strapless drop waist fit and flare gown with a chapel length train and partial lace in the skirt accented with beads.

Her bouquet contained ivory roses with pearls woven throughout.

Maid of honor was Denelle Bowser, the bride’s sister, of Baltimore.

Bridesmaids were Nicole LeViera of Ellwood City, Melinda Eastlick of New Wilmington, Emily Moore of Mercer, Rochelle Kline, the groom’s sister, of Pittsburgh and Jonelle Paris, the groom’s sister, of New Castle.

Ring bearer was Jett Landry, the bride’s nephew, of Baltimore.

Serving as best man was Ryan Orrico of Lancaster, Pa.

Groomsmen were Scott Orelli of Philadelphia, Craig Westrick of Pittsburgh, Joshua Wasielczyk, the bride’s brother, of Prospect, Paul Passerrello, the groom’s cousin, of New Castle and Henry Passerrello, the groom’s cousin, of New Castle.

Vocalists were Allison Thomas and Denise Wasielczyk.

The reception was held at Chapel Valley Estates Bed and Breakfast.

The couple spent their honeymoon in Hawaii.

The bride is a graduate of Wilmington High School. She is a financial sales consultant for PNC Bank.

Her husband is a graduate of Laurel High School and Penn State Behrend, where he received a degree in engineering in 2005. He is an area manager for production at Ellwood Crankshaft and Machine.

The newlyweds make their home in New Castle.

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