Colt and Alison
PRESQUE ISLE — Alison Laura Masse and Colt Mack Casey were wed in Presque Isle on Dec. 1 at 2 p.m. Julia Casey, sister of the bridegroom and Sara Doescher, friend of the couple, witnessed their union before family and friends.
A celebration dinner followed at Ruby Tuesday Restaurant in Presque Isle.
Mrs. Casey is the daughter of Robert and Susan Masse of Lewiston. Mr. Casey is the son of Giselle Casey of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, and Steven Wragg of Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada.
A brunch wedding reception was held in honor of the couple on March 31, hosted by the parents of the bride at the Carriage House banquet facility in Lewiston. Friends and family of the couple were in attendance and enjoyed music and games. A slide show prepared by the parents of the bride and uncle, Leonard Masse, was presented. Toastmaster was godfather and uncle of the bride, Denis Castonguay. A blessing was given by the great-uncle of the bride, Laurier Lachance.
Flowers and centerpieces were of daisies and green poms with navy blue accents. The centerpieces were given to winning guests upon leaving the reception. Cousins of the bride, Eric, Kelsey and Adam Lapointe, greeted guests and supervised the gift and guest book table. Cupcakes were served.
The bride is a student at the University of Maine at Presque Isle, majoring in early childhood education. The bridegroom is a recent graduate of the University of Maine at Presque Isle with a degree in psychology and is pursuing his U.S. citizenship.
The couple is residing in Presque Isle.