Jennifer Schuler of Poland, and Ioannis Kalouris of Canfield, were united in marriage at Archangel Michael Greek Orthodox Church on June 23, 2012. The daughter of George and Teresa Schuler of Poland, and the son of Michael and Susan Kalouris of Canfield, were joined by friends and family at their 2 p.m. ceremony presided by Father Steve Denas.
The bride's gown was a Casablanca strapless, white, organza, A-line with a sweetheart neckline detailed with beaded embroidery and accented with a fingertip, double-layered rhinestone veil.
Tracy Vivo was the matron of honor, sister of the bride and the flower girls were Julia Schuler, Sophia Schuler, nieces of the bride and Nina Kalouris, goddaughter of the groom. Her bridesmaids were Jami Schuler, sister in law of the bride, Mikhaila Kalouris, sister of the groom, Jennifer Hosmer, Angela Mavrikis, Erin Banko, April Zentko, Megan Monaco, Abby Farris, and Panayiota Mallias.
MR. AND MRS. IOANNIS KALOURIS
Serving as the best man for the groom was Tim Markulin. Along with his brothers in law, George Schuler, James Vivo, and Antoni Zembillas were groomsmen Bob Wilson, Vincenzo Florio, Joseph Banko, Elefterios Kokkinos, Robert Rutkousky, Bryan Kay, and Ioannis Tiliakos.
Nephews of the bride, Samuel Schuler and Andrew Schuler were ring bearers along with Nicholas Svoboda, cousin of the groom.
A kindergarten teacher in Austintown, the bride earned her bachelor's and master's degrees from Youngstown State University.
Her husband graduated from Case Western Reserve University with a bachelor's degree in biology and is currently an intern for Xavier University School of Medicine of Curacao.
A reception was held in their honor at Antone's Banquet Centre of Boardman. The couple took their honeymoon in Hawaii and now reside in Canfield.