James Maitland O’Donnell, the son of William and Diane O’Donnell of East Hampton, was married on Feb. 23 to Stephanie Miranda. The Rev. Damian O’Connell performed the ceremony at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City, and a reception followed at the Russian Tea Room.
The bride is a daughter of Almudena de Ameller of New York City and the late Antonio Miranda. A graduate of Boston College, she is a vice president and account director at the Grey Group in New York. Mr. O’Donnell also graduated from Boston College, which is where the couple met. He works as a construction superintendent at J.T. Magen and Company in New York. They live in New York.
The bride wore a dress by Suzanne Neville, with a vintage fur jacket and shoes and a bag by Kate Spade. She carried a bouquet of lavender calla lilies.
She was attended by her sisters Caroline Miranda and Christine Miranda of New York, her sister-in-law, Beth Miranda of Connecticut, and the bridegroom’s sisters Lisa Hall of Santa Barbara, Calif., Natalie Mattson of East Hampton, and Caitlin O’Donnell of New York. Also in her wedding party were her friends Caroline Dunwoody, Christina Scotti, Mary Kate Miller, Caroline Lorusso, Lisa Tomasi, and Shannon Tracey. They wore dresses with an empire bodice, a black chiffon overlay, and a charmeuse band with beaded applique.
Paloma Miranda, Francesca Miranda, and Nina Hall were the flower girls.
Mr. O’Donnell’s best man was Louis Bergdorf of New York. He was also attended by his brothers-in-law Greg Hall of Santa Barbara and Tyler Mattson of East Hampton, and by the bride’s brothers Antonio Miranda and David Miranda of Connecticut, Michael Miranda of New York, and Matthew Miranda of Los Angeles, as well as his friends Joseph Sullivan of Montauk, Paul Cangiolosi and Keith Steckowski of East Hampton, Gary Varnavides, and Scott Handwerker.
The ringbearers were Skylar Hall and David Miranda, and there were readings by the bridegroom’s godmother, Diane Melli of Sayville, and Claire Congleton of New York.
The newlyweds are taking a two-week tour of Argentina.