Amanda Marie Clapsaddle became the bride of Jonathan Patrick Huber on Aug. 1 at the Hanoverton Presbyterian Church. Pastor Tom Allmon officiated at the couple's 4 p.m. ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Jan and Dave Blasiman of Salem, and Keith Clapsaddle of Greenville, S.C. The bridegroom's parents are Larry and Flo Huber of Clayton, N.C.
The bride, escorted by her mother and father, wore a gold ivory pick-up gown with a hand beaded bodice and matching jeweled veil. She carried a pink rose bouquet paired with shades of pink hydrangeas and hand wrapped silk ivory ribbon.
Sisters of the bride, Andrea Neill of Carthage, N.Y., and Amy Lane of Beloit served as matrons of honor in clover green tea-length gowns with pink rose bouquets.
In matching gowns and flowers were bridesmaids, Madelyn Neill and Cassidy Neill of Carthage, N.Y. Bailey Neill of Carthage, N.Y., served as flower girl in a matching gold pick-up gown. All girls are nieces of the bride.
Kevin Huber of Poughkeepsie, N.Y., the bridegroom's brother, served as best man.
Groomsmen were Shane Williams of Garner, N.C., and nephew Jacob Neill of Carthage, N.Y. The bride's nephew, Camden Lane of Beloit, served as ring bearer.
Guest book and program attendants, Beth Huber, sister-in-law, and Kelly Huber, niece, of Poughkeepsie, N.Y., signed in approximately 150 guests.
Following the ceremony, an evening reception took place at the Dutch Village Hotel in Columbiana.
The couple honeymooned in Atlantic Beach, N. C., and currently reside in Clayton, N.C.
The bride is a graduate of Youngstown State University and employed as a seventh-grade teacher in Johnston County, N. C.
The bridegroom is a lineman for the Town of Clayton electric department in Clayton, N.C.