BREAKING NEWS

BREAKING NEWS

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Adamczak

Jeanette Jakiela and Daniel Adamczak were united in marriage on June 9, 2012, at 2:30 p.m. in a double-ring ceremony held at Trinity Episcopal Church in Fredonia. The service was performed by the Rev. Robert Arnold. Barbara Burmaster provided the music for the ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Paul and Victoria Jakiela of Fredonia. The groom is the son of Roger Adamczak of Dunkirk and Richard and Marion Matyjakowski of Fredonia.

The bride was escorted by her father. She wore a white, strapless tulle ballgown with a satin bodice. The gown was accented by intricate beaded metallic embroidery and laced up the back. The skirt was also embroidered to complement the bodice. A chapel-length train finished off the ensemble. The bride carried a silk bouquet made up of white roses, white calla lilies and pink gerbera daisies, which included a figurine of a dancing couple that came from the bride’s great-grandmother’s music box. This memento served as her “something old” item. All the floral arrangements were created by the bride’s aunt, Gloria Pochylski.

The bride’s attendants consisted of maid of honor Lenore Jakiela of Dunkirk, sister of the bride; bridesmaids Dawn Nye of Dunkirk, friend of the couple; Melonie Schmidt of Silver Creek, sister of the groom; and Johanna Gill of Dunkirk and Kelly Cain of Fredonia, friends of the bride. Kaylee Mae Adamczak, daughter of the couple, served as the flower girl. They all wore different styles of short cotton dresses in kelly green, accessorized with brooches.

The groom’s attendants were best man AJ Nye of Dunkirk, friend of the groom; groomsmen BJ Jakiela of Fredonia, brother of the bride; John Schmidt of Silver Creek, brother-in-law of the groom; and Tim Lillie of Forestville and Chris Kelley of Brocton, friends of the groom.

A reception was held at the Moose Club in Dunkirk following the ceremony.

The bride is a graduate of Fredonia High School and is employed as a certified nurse’s aid at the Chautauqua County Home.

The groom graduated from Forestville High School and is employed by Cott.