Varley, Slovak wed
Lindsay Slovak, of Ennis, and Brendan Varley, of Woodside, N.Y., were united in marriage at 2 p.m. April, 30 at Christ the King Catholic Church.
The ceremony was officiated by Monsignor Donald F. Zimmerman. The bride was given in marriage by James and Theresa Slovak, of Ennis.
Lindsay is the granddaughter of Raymond J. and Helen Slovak, of Ennis, and the late Joe E. Vrla and late Theresa Vrla, of Irving.
Brendan is the son of Michael and Rose Varley, of Woodside, N.Y. He is the grandson of the late Michael Varley and late Annie Varley, of Ireland, and the late Maurice Mitchell and late Catherine Mitchell, of Ireland.
Melodie Phillips, of Ennis, served as the bride’s maid of honor. Bridesmaids included Kristy Pearson, of Dallas, Meagan Gould, of Ennis, Kelley Slovak, of Naperville, Ill., Ashley Sparkman, of Bristol, and Michele Lawlor, of Woodside, N.Y.
Michael Varley, Jr., of Woodside, served as best man. Groomsmen included Chris Vozzo, of Woodside, Jon Finocchio, of Woodside, Derek Slovak, of Ennis, Declan Mitchell, of Woodside, Steve Lawlor, of Yonkers, N.Y., and Tim Mitchell, of Woodside.
Katie Lawlor of Eastchester, N.Y., served as flower girl. Grayson Phillips-Sefzik, of Amarillo, served as ring-bearer.
Other participants included Readers Victor Hamilton and Brian Connolly, as well as Eucharistic Gift Presenters Karen Slovak and Susan Slovak.
A reception was held at The Grand Ballroom at the Adolphus Hotel. Serving were Sarabeth Events, Fete des Fleurs and the Adolphus staff.
Music was provided by the Dallas String Quartet and DJ Colby Logan at Astounding Sounds.
A rehearsal dinner hosted by the Varley family was held at the Iron Cactus rooftop patio on April 29.
Photography was provided by Joseph-Mark Photography.
After a honeymoon to Maui, Hawaii, the couple resides in Dallas.