Ryan Scott King and Rosemarie Elizabeth Cicalese of Montauk and Williamsburg were married on June 14 at St. Therese of Lisieux Catholic Church in Montauk by the Rev. Michael Rieder.
The weather started out foggy that day, then turned beautiful before the wedding, a blessing the bride and groom attributed to his late mother, Debra King, and her late father, Patrick Cicalese. An outdoor cocktail hour and tented reception at the Montauk Lake Club followed the ceremony.
The groom’s father, Wayne King, lives in Montauk. The bride’s mother, Linda Quinn Cicalese, lives in Seaford.
The groom is the founder and president of King Integrated Solutions. He graduated from East Hampton High School and earned an associate’s degree in applied arts in audio production from the Art Institute of Seattle and then a bachelor’s degree in professional studies in audio engineering from Five Towns College in Dix Hills.
The bride is a vice president at JPMorgan, where she has worked for the past 10 years. She graduated from Sacred Heart Academy in West Hempstead and earned a bachelor’s degree in engineering management from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, N.J.
The couple knew each other from a young age. Her family spent summers in Montauk at the Montauk Shores Condominiums, and he grew up in Ditch Plain. They reconnected at a show by a mutual friend’s band in New York City in 2007.
The bride’s twin sister, Erin Cicalese of New York, was her maid of honor. She was also attended by the groom’s sisters, Heather King of Montauk and Jamie King of Naperville, Ill., and by Meghan Finazzo of Montauk, Melissa Montineri of Glastonbury, Conn., Aubrey Farnham of Santa Cruz, Calif., Elizabeth Lubnina of New York, and MaryAnne Eskandani of Warren, N.J. The groom’s niece, Kaylee King, was a junior bridesmaid.
The bride wore an ivory mermaid-style gown with a single shoulder strap and carried ivory and pink flowers. Her attendants wore navy blue gowns and carried similar bouquets.
Mr. King’s best man was his brother, Wayne King Jr. of Naperville. His groomsmen were the bride’s brother, Patrick Cicalese of Seaford, and Charlie Weimar of Montauk, Washy Duke of East Hampton, David Jankowski of Jay, Vt., Ryan Persan of Montauk, Ray Houseknecht of Massapequa, Tom Mahl of New York, Shawn Eckhardt of East Hampton, and Frank Tuma of Montauk. His nephew, Parker King, was the ringbearer.
The bride’s friend Kelly Corcoran of New York was the vocalist at the church. At the reception, the bride surprised her new husband by serenading him with their first song, “Heaven” by Bryan Adams. The best man and maid of honor gave speeches, and Mr. Houseknecht performed a comedy act.
The newlyweds honeymooned in Bali.