St. Jerome Church was the setting for the nuptial Mass uniting Michaella Paulette Facello and Michael Louis Dudevszky on Nov. 3, 2012. The Rev. Anthony Cassese officiated the 5:30 p.m. ceremony. Readers were Jill Fuller and Mike Ciuni.
Parents of the bride are Mike and Teresa Facello of Ashtabula. The groom’s parents are Zoltan and Stacy Dudevszky of Bratenahl.
The bride appeared in a strapless Oleg Cassini gown designed with a fitted bodice adorned with Swarovski crystals. The ball gown skirt featured pickups throughout and extended to a cathedral-length train.
The groom was attired in a black Calvin Klein pinstriped tuxedo with black and white spectator shoes.
Serving her sister as maid of honor was Jackie Sholtis of Ashtabula. Bridesmaids included Jill Fuller of Ravenna, sister of the bride; Karen Dudevszky of Bratenahl, sister of the groom; Jenna Harryman of Ashtabula and Paula Diermyer of Geneva, nieces of the bride. Flower girls were Juliana and Angelina Fuller of Ravenna, nieces of the bride.
Best man was Dudley Humphrey III of Gates Mills. Groomsmen were Ryan Alder of Bratenahl; Jeremy Sheehan of Euclid; Mike Ciuni of Chicago; and Andy Wiemer of the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Among those receiving flowers were the bride’s grandparents, Jack and Mae Sholtis of Ashtabula; the bride’s godmother, Sharon Sholtis of Ashtabula; and the groom’s grandmother, Rose Dudevszky of Bratenahl.
A reception for the couple was held at The Silver Grille in The Higbee Building in Cleveland.
The bride graduated from Edgewood Senior High School in 2004 and received her bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. The groom, a 1997 graduate of Hawken High School, graduated from Ohio Technical College in 2000. They are both employed at Western Reserve Harley-Davidson in Mentor.
Following a wedding trip to New York City, the couple reside in Bratenahl.