Elizabeth Faulhaber of East Hampton and John Delaney of Southold were married by candlelight on May 15 at the Atlantis Marine World in Riverhead. The ceremony took place against a backdrop of tropical fish in the aquarium’s giant tanks and the bride wore a starfish in her hair. The Rev. Joe De Vincenzo, a retired Catholic priest, officiated.
The bride descended a staircase scattered with rose petals and carried a bouquet of white tulips and lilacs. She wore an ivory Blueline Enzoni gown. Her maid of honor was her sister, Abbey Lee Allen of East Hampton, and the best man was Timothy Desimone. Mr. Delaney’s groomsmen were Richard Avilez of East Patchogue and Steven Delaney of Southold.
The bridesmaids, Olivia Gross of East Hampton and Melissa Winslow and Kristen Grabowski of Amagansett, wore sage-colored strapless dresses with ivory sashes and carried coral-tinted roses. Caladora Clark, the bridegroom’s niece, was the flower girl.
A reception at Atlantis followed.
The bride is a daughter of John and Victoria Faulhaber of East Hampton. She graduated from the State University at Stony Brook with a degree in art history. She and Mr. Delaney met at the university while working on its literary and arts magazine, East End Elements. He graduated from Stony Brook with a degree in English.
Mr. Delaney is a son of Jerry Delaney of Mount Sinai and Linda Zeneski of Southold. His stepfather is Paul Zeneski. He is a sales representative for Power Home Remodeling Group.
The couple took a Disney cruise to the Bahamas after the wedding, and they are living in Hampton Bays.