The Honorable James Dunn officiated at the 4 p.m. ceremony that united the daughter of Jim and Cathy Shurilla, and the son of Nick and Diane Gesacion, all of Poland.
A reception was held in their honor that evening at The Embassy in Boardman. Two days later, they left for a honeymoon in Aruba.
The bride wore a white satin dress with a ruched bodice and a beaded empire band, which flowed into a trumpet skirt with a sweep train. The tiara, made of crystals and rhinestones, was highlighted by a short veil. She carried a bouquet of blue tint hydrangeas and spray white roses.
Katie Courtney of Poland was the maid of honor for her best friend, and her bridesmaids were Heather Johnston of Struthers, sister of the bride Tasha Gesacion of Ardmore, Pa., sister-in-law of the groom, and Sharon Courtney of Poland, friend of the bride. They wore sky blue tea-length dresses and carried a bouquet of blue tint hydrangeas. Flower girls were Jessica Johnston, niece of the bride, and Sadie Gesacion, niece of the groom.
Serving as best men for the groom were his brothers, Adam Gesacion of Everett, Wash., and Nick Gesacion of Ardmore, Pa. The groomsmen were Steve Rohan of Poland, friend of the groom, and Jim Shurilla of Middleburg Heights, brother of the bride. Ring bearers were Stevie and Luke Rohan.
A kindergarten teacher with the Poland Local Schools, the bride earned her bachelor of science in education from Youngstown State University.
Her husband is a laborer with Custom Tarpaulin Products, Inc., in Boardman.
They have made their home in Poland.
MR. and MRS. RYAN A. GESACION