Kalliope Erin Egloff and Michael Anthony Chute, both of Provincetown and Mashpee, were married July 29. They were married in their backyard in Provincetown by Justice of the Peace Matthew Kavanah.
The bride is the daughter of William and Jerrine Egloff of Woods Hole and Sebastopol, California.
The bridegroom is the son of Donald and Pauline Chute of Wrentham and Provincetown.
Serving as maid of honor was Olivia Blackburne Rose of Provincetown, daughter of the bride.
The bridesmaids were Artemis M. Moore of Montgomery, Alabama, Elinore Homa of Funabashi, Japan, and Tanya Egloff of Manomet, sisters of the bride.
The bride wore a full-length gown of antique white linen tablecloth, handmade by Doris Freschette of Falmouth.
The maid of honor was dressed in turquoise. The bridesmaids were also dressed in turquoise, their own interpretation.
Serving as flower girls were family friends Charlie and Addie Levy of Washington, DC. They were dressed in turquoise and tangerine.
Richard A. Chute of Wrentham, younger brother of the bridegroom, served as best man.
The groomsmen were Dana Chute of New Gloucester, Maine, Thomas Osowski of Eastham, and Kurt Hoke of Williamsburg, New York.
A reception for 50 guests was held at the Sage Inn in Provincetown, with a clambake for 200 guests held the next day in Provincetown.
The bride, who has taken her husband’s name, is a graduate of Lesley University. She is currently working as a hazardous materials environmental specialist for Barnstable County. She has received special recognition from the state Legislature for her work to protect the environment and serves on the Provincetown Board of Health.
The bridegroom is a graduate of Green Mountain College in Vermont. He works as a firefighter and EMT. He is an Eagle Scout and US Coast Guard-licensed captain.
The bride and bridegroom are both beekeepers, have an oyster grant in Provincetown and are dedicated to the environment.
After a honeymoon in Slovenia, the couple is living in Provincetown.