The barn at Fallingwater was the site for the wedding of Angela Marasco and James Callen IV, who were united in marriage October 21, 2012. Pastor Brian Mallow officiated the 4:30 p.m. ceremony.
The bride was given in marriage by her parents, Floyd and Soni Marasco of Claysville. Her grandparents are James and Lois Sinclair of Claysville.
Parents of the bridegroom are James and Gayle Callen of Liverpool, N.Y. His grandparents are Renee Kloecker of Erie, the late Francis Kloecker, Joann Swenton of Syracuse, N.Y., the late Edward Swenton and the late James Callen II.
Nieces of the bride, Lizzie and Emma Crouse of Prosperity, were the junior bridesmaid and flower girl, respectively.
Michelle Callen and Laura Callen were attendants for their brother.
Readers were Vanessa Brown and Michelle Juneau.
James Sinclair, grandfather of the bride, played the trumpet during the ceremony, with Brannon Lyons of Pittsburgh accompanying him on classical guitar.
A reception was held at the wedding site.
The bride is a 1999 graduate of McGuffey High School and a 2003 graduate of Carnegie Mellon University. She is executive director of the Red Brick Council for the Arts in Aspen, Colo., and also owns and serves as director of Thirty-One.
The groom is a 2001 graduate of Liverpool High School and attended the University of Buffalo. He is a certified sommelier and works with two fine-dining establishments in Aspen.
The newlyweds make their home near Aspen.
Callen – Marasco