Wedding vows were exchanged by Mary Elizabeth Gaulin and Jerome Philip Muscarella at 2 p.m. Saturday in SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Williamsville, before Monsignor Harold Wagner, director of propagation of the faith, Catholic Diocese of Buffalo, uncle of the bride, and Rev. Hubert F. Reimann, cousin of the bride.
Mr. and Mrs. Jean G. Gaulin of Williamsville are parents of the bride and Mr. and Mrs. Sam L. Muscarella of Syracuse are the bridegroom's parents. A reception was given in Ramada Inn Airport. The newly married couple will be at home in Syracuse after traveling to Florida and taking a cruise to the Bahamas.
The bride wore her mother's bridal gown that she and Amherst Museum staff members redesigned. Of candlelight satin, the gown was styled with a collar and rosette on the portrait neckline. Re-embroidered Alencon lace and beading trimmed the bodice and edged the short sleeves. The tapered skirt extended into a cathedral train. A satin cap held her fingertip veil and she carried three long stem calla lilies.
The bride's mother was matron of honor and attendants were Christine A. Gaulin, sister-in-law of the bride, Christine M. Primerano and Lisa A. Turner, sisters of the bridegroom, Suzanne and Linda J. Gaulin, Janet E. Salamone, Rose D. St. Pierre and Mary E. Fox. Their gowns combined ivory bodices with ivory and black petal skirts.
Thomas A. Muscarella was best man for his brother. Ushers were John P., Gregory P., Thomas G. and Philip J. Gaulin, brothers of the bride, Timothy J. Salamone, Paul J. Lamparelli, Frederick J. Schnapp and Charles E. Telford.