JIM THORPE, Pa. - Amanda Louise deVillers and Justin Patrick McCutcheon, were joined in marriage on Sept. 22 at Grace-St.Pauls United Methodist Church, Jim Thorpe, PA.
The bride is the daughter of Marc and Donna deVillers, Albrightsville, Pa.
The groom is the son of C.H. and Joyce McCutcheon, East Palestine.
Amanda and Justin McCutcheon
Pastor Mark McTrustry of Centenary United Methodist Church, East Palestine, officiated the 2 p.m. ceremony.
Soloist Emily Duncan was accompanied by Jennifer Mollenkopf. Scripture readings were provided by Kellianne Duncan and Gail Lynch.
Escorted by her father, the bride wore a strapless white chiffon A-line dress with side draped bodice, sweep train and lace up back. Along with her sunflower bouquet, the bride carried a white Bible that was also carried by the groom's grandmother, mother and aunts.
Andrea deVillers served her sister as maid of honor in a short, strapless royal blue dress. In similar dresses were bridesmaids Annie deVillers, sister-in-law of the bride; Kayda Norman and Katarina Birle. Gabriel Elder, cousin of the groom, served as junior bridesmaid.
Performing the duties of best man was Garrett McCutcheon, brother of the groom. Groomsmen were Daniel deVillers, brother of the bride, Jon Rettig and Dan Raiser. Jack Raiser served as ring bearer.
Isaac Sutley and Jacob Elder, cousins of the groom, performed the duties of usher and acolyte. Ryan Sullivan presided over the guest book.
A reception followed at Mt. Laurel Golf Club, Whaitehaven, Pa. Local receptions were held the following weekend at the East Palestine Country Club and at the groom's grandparents' farm in Sandy Lake, Pa.
A rehearsal dinner, hosted by the groom's parents was held at Roadies at Penn's Peak, Jim Thorpe, Pa.
The groom is employed by dckWorldWide, Gaum.
The bride is completing a master's degree at the University of Guam and is employed by the War In The Pacific National Park.
Following a honeymoon in Washington, D.C, the couple reside in Guam.