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.