The bride was given in marriage by her mother and father and escorted by her father, as John Pisklak of Houston, brother-in-law of the groom, sang “Ave Maria.”
The bride’s gown was designed by White One. Her bouquet consisted of purple-tinted hydrangea, pink cymbidium orchids, purple linanthus, hot pink lady roses, pink peonies and pink tulips. She chose to wear purple orchids in her hair. She was also adorned with pearl and crystal earrings, borrowed from the groom’s sister, Renee Pisklak, and her great-grandmother Mosmeyer’s wedding ring as her only jewelry.
Following the ceremony, a reception and dinner were held at the Trattoria Lisina Restaurant at the winery.
The cake was a two-tiered chocolate cake with Nutella filling and white butter cream frosting, trimmed with purple and pink satin ribbon, with the letter “F” as the cake topper.
A rehearsal dinner, hosted by the groom’s parents on Wednesday evening, was held at Hill’s Café in Austin.
The bride is the granddaughter of Delia Lohse of Skidmore and the late Henry C. Lohse, and Leonard and Marilyn Ortmann of McCoy. She is a graduate of Skidmore-Tynan High School and Texas A&M University-College Station. She is employed as a teacher at Kingwood High School in Kingwood.
The groom is the grandson of Andrus and Rose Fontenot and the late Paul W. and Dorothy Lasseign, all of Rayne, La. He is a graduate of Tomball High School and Louisiana State University. He is employed as a teacher and coach at Liberty High School in Liberty.
After a honeymoon to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, the couple are at home in Humble.