STEUBENVILLE - St. Peter Church was the setting for the Nov. 9 wedding that united Hayley Anne Call and Ernest Paul Carducci in marriage. The 1:30 p.m. ceremony was celebrated by the Rev. Timothy Huffman.
The bride is the daughter of Randy and Gabrielle Thomas of Greensburg, Pa., and Robert Call of Parkland, Fla. She chose an extended cathedral-length, white silk ballgown with a Swarovski crystal bodice and matching veil. She carried a bouquet of white roses wrapped in a crystal ribbon.
The groom is the son of Robert and Frances Carducci of Steubenville.
Friend of the bride Paige Cangilla was the matron of honor. The bridemaids were Samantha Deller, cousin of the bride; Erin Carducci, sister-in-law of the groom; Sadie Carducci, cousin of the groom; Gabrielle Dixon; Emma Frankart; Eve Hijort; Kaylin Parks; and Amy Ziemak.
Robert Carducci, brother of the groom, served as the best man. The groomsmen were Nick Carducci, Korey Coulter, Mike Christman, Gabe D'Ortenzio, Bill Grant, Ryan O'Leary and Bill Polsinelli.
Victoria and Frank Redmond, cousins of the bride, served as flower girl and ring bearer.
After a reception at Pittsburgh's Grand Hall at the Priory, the newlyweds took a honeymoon trip to Punta Cana.
The bride is a 2005 graduate of Catholic Central High School and a 2009 graduate of Franciscan University of Steubenville with a degree in communications. She earned her master's degree in interpersonal communications from the University of Akron and is employed at the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services in Columbus as a social media specialist and program administrator.
The groom is a 2002 graduate of Catholic Central High School and a 2007 graduate of Ohio State University with a degree in electrical and computer engineering. He earned a master's degree from the OSU Fisher College of Business in 2009. He is employed by JPMorgan in Columbus as vice president, project manager; is a partner in Capri Sausage and Meatballs in Steubenville; and is owner of Aneenc Mobile Applications.
The couple live in Westerville.