Mary-Frances Yackus and Andrew Sauseda

Mary-Frances Yackus and Andrew Sauseda

Mary-Frances Yackus and Andrew Sauseda were married June 27, 2015, at St. Stanislaus Church, Michigan City, with Rev. Walter Ciesla officiating.

Mary-Frances' parents are Wayne and Antoinette Yackus, of Michigan City. Andrew's parents are Gilbert and Dora Sauseda, of San Antonio, Texas.

Mary-Frances wore an ivory, princess ball gown with a modified sweetheart neckline. The tulle over silky satin bodice and skirt featured all over beautiful crystal and rhinestone beadwork with silver embroidery. She wore a princess tiara borrowed from her sister. She carried a purple and white flower bouquet adorned with rhinestone wrapping and a brooch from her late grandmother, Agnes Yackus.

Matron of Honor was Amelia Holloway, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Kerri Trentacosti, Katie Stahoviak, Mary Sauseda (sister of the groom), Sarah Slagle and Danielle Eigenmann. They all wore purple, chiffon dresses in different styles. They carried coral flower bouquets made by the bride and her father.

Best man was Everett Sauseda, brother of the groom. Groomsmen were Peter Yackus (brother of the bride), Jeffrey Yackus (brother of the bride), Evan Seelig, Brandon Rickrim and Trent Houchin.

Flower girl was Madeleine Holloway, niece and goddaughter of the bride.

A reception was held at Aberdeen Manor, in Valparaiso, Indiana. Trans Audio DJ provided entertainment.

Mary-Frances is a third-grade teacher for Fort Bend ISD, in Sugar Land, Texas. Andrew is an aerospace engineer for NASA, in Houston, Texas.

The couple makes their home in Pearland, Texas. They honeymooned in Tahiti.

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