stockholm - Christine Vally Cicerale of Hardyston and John Wesley Prtorich of Franklin were married on Friday, Sept. 16, at St.John Vianney R.C Church in Stockholm. The bride’s parents are Frank and Vally Cicerale of Hardyston. The groom’s parents are John and Lynn Prtorich of Franklin. The bride was given away by her father. Rev. Matthew J. Twiggs officiated, with assistance from Rev. Rhonda Myers of the First Presbyterian Church of Franklin. Organist for the ceremony was Mary Benson. Readers included Tanya Rose Cicerale of Hardyston, the bride’s sister-in-law, and Renee Leggour of Oak Ridge, the bride’s friend. Maid of honor was Teresa Kulsar of Dingman’s Ferry, Pa.,, a friend of the bride. Bridesmaids included Julie Rowles of Montoursville, Pa., a friend of the bride, and Amy Prtorich of Franklin, the groom’s sister. Amanda Smith of Hardyston, the bride’s niece, was a junior bridesmaid. Eric Prtorich of Sussex, the groom’s brother, was the best man. Groomsmen included Frank Cicerale of Union, the bide’s brother, and Michael Cicerale of Hardyston, the bride’s brother. Christopher Prtorich of Franklin, the groom’s brother, was a junior groomsman. Michael Anthony Cicerale was the ring bearer. The reception was held at Perona Farms, in Andover. The rehearsal dinner was hosted by the groom’s parents. The couple honeymooned in Aruba. Christine and John now reside in Flanders. The bride is a recent graduate of Bloomsburg University, where she received the degrees of BS in business administration, and her MBA. The groom is a graduate of William Paterson Univeristy, where he received a BA in Sociology. He currently works at Tri-State Rentals in Newton.