Morales and Tutino Wed in June

Morales and Tutino Wed in June

    Liana Diane Tutino and Luis Miguel Morales were married on June 29 at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in East Hampton. The Rev. Denis C. Brunelle officiated. A reception with friends and family was held later at East Wind Caterers Inn and Spa in Wading River.
    The bride is a daughter of Diane and Philip R. Tutino of East Hampton. Her husband’s parents are Miguel Morales and Nelva Morales Castillo, also of East Hampton.
    The bride’s sister, Colette Tutino-Smith of Greenwich, Conn., served as the matron of honor, with Grace Pancir, a cousin, and Katherine Ruiz both of East Hampton, as bridesmaids.
    The bride wore a lace halter gown by Maggie Sottero, with a tulle skirt and sweep train, accented with crystals and sequins. She carried a bouquet of roses, freesia, peonies, and trailing ivy. Her attendants wore champagne and coral strapless satin taffeta gowns. The matron of honor was set apart with a green, beaded halter dress.
    The bridegroom’s brother, David Morales of East Hampton, was his best man. Other groomsmen incuded the bride’s brother, Philip Tutino, and Papul Smith, her brother-in-law.
    Susan Judge, Tim Kristich, and Ivonne Morales did special readings and Melanie Messiano and Robert Peterson sang “All I Ask of You” by Andrew Lloyd Webber.
    The bride has a degree in English literature from Salve University in Newport R.I. and a master’s in elementary education. She is a prekindergarten teacher. The bridegroom earned his bachelor of science degree at C.W. Post College and is a physical education teacher. The couple were introduced by the bride’s best friend.
    Following their a cruise in the Caribbean, the couple are back at home in East Hampton.