Amanda deVillers of Mangilao, Guam, and Justin McCutcheon of Tamuning, Guam, were united in marriage on Sept. 22, 2012 at Grace-St. Paul's United Methodist Church in Jim Thorpe.

The Rev. Mark McTrustry of East Palestine, Ohio, officiated the double ring ceremony.

The celebration included a Unity Sand Ceremony and a Celtic Handfasting Ceremony.

Jennifer Mollenkopf was the organist, and Emily Duncan was the vocalist. Readings were done by Gail Lynch and Kellianne Duncan.

Given in marriage by her parents, Marc and Donna deVillers of Albrightsville, the bride chose her sister, Andrea DeVillers, to be her maid of honor.

Bridesmaids included Annie deVillers, Kayda Norman and Katarina Birle. Gabriel Elder was a junior bridesmaid.

The son of C.H. and Joyce McCutcheon of East Palestine, the bridegroom chose his brother, Garrett McCutcheon, to be his best man.

Groomsmen included Daniel deVillers, Jon Rettig and Dan Raiser. Isaac Sutley and Jacob Elder were ushers and acolytes. Jack Raiser was the ring bearer.

Following the ceremony, the couple welcomed family and friends to a reception at Mountain Laurel Golf Club in White Haven.

The new Mrs. McCutcheon is a 2005 graduate of Jim Thorpe Area High School. In 2009 she graduated from Moravian College with a bachelor of science in biology. She is currently pursuing a master's degree at the University of Guam.

She is employed as a biological technician at War in the Pacific National Historical Park in Guam.

Mr. McCutcheon is a 2001 graduate of East Palestine High School. He graduated in 2006 from Lehigh University with a degree in civil engineering and architecture.

He is employed as a project engineer for dck Worldwide in Guam.

The newlyweds currently reside in Tamuning.