Robertson and Fasulo exchange wedding vows

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Rockaway Beach, N.Y., was the setting of the wedding of Jennifer Fasulo and Doyle Robertson.

 

The wedding ceremony, which took place on July 21 was a private family affair.

The maid of honor was Casey Clemenza, cousin of the bride, and the bridesmaid was Savannah Robertson, the niece of the groom.

The best man was Brian Robertson, brother of the groom, and the groomsman was Leonard Apodaca, the groom’s best friend.

There was a reading from various family members, a musical duet by Leonard Apodaca and Bryan Fasulo, the bride’s brother, and a violin solo by Hugo Robertson, the nephew of the groom.

A family dinner followed the ceremony.

The reception took place the following weekend in Brooklyn, N.Y. Friends from all across the country, and even from around the world, flew in for the weekend festivities, which included a 1950s-themed cocktail reception complete with a live swing band and DJ, a Yankee game, which was attended by 58 of the wedding guests, who were all wearing Yankee T-shirts, bearing the names of the bride and groom, and an evening of dinner and live theater in Manhatten and a farewell brunch.

The bride’s parents, Anne Marie and John Jauch, also held a reception for family and friends in their hometown of Grosse Pointe Park, Mich.

The groom’s parents, Karen and Thomas Robertson, of Los Chavez, also hosted a reception for family and friends at their home.

The honeymoon is planned for January, and will take place in the Patagonia region of Argentina.

The new Mr. and Mrs. Robertson make their home in Brooklyn, N.Y.

Jennifer is a relocation specialist with Dwellworks, LLC, and Doyle is the marketing manager with BASF Chemical Co. based in Florham Park, N.J., and Ludwigshafen, Germany.

Doyle is a 1988 Belen High School graduate, and received degrees from New Mexico State University and University of Michigan in management and chemical engineering.