Lynnelle Beth Thompson became the bride of Elmer D. Zimmerman on Oct. 23 at Bethel Presbyterian Church in Salineville.
The bride is the daughter of Harold and Shirley Thompson of Hanoverton.
The bridegroom is the son of the late Dale and Ruth Zimmerman of Lowellville.
The Rev. Ted Ludwig officiated at the couple's double-ring ceremony. The Rev. Scott Paker assisted. M.J. Ludwig provided the nuptial music with vocal selections by Glen Downing.
The bride was escorted and given to marriage by her father. She wore a sweetheart strapless bodice gown with cascading embroidery and asymmetrical draping from the neckline that crossed over at the waistline. The embroidery surrounded the soft A-line skirt with the corset lace-up the back that met the chapel-lent train. A comb of crystal rhinestones secured her fingertip veil edged with matching crystals and sequins. She carried a cascading bouquet of white and orange roses, freesia, plum rose, seeded eucalyptus and caspia.
Diane Baltputnis of Salem, sister of the bride, served as the matron of the honor in a tangerine gown enhanced by hand-sewed miniature sequins and crystals with a matching chiffon jacket.
In persimmons gowns as bridesmaids was Janelle Skrinjar of Calcutta, Anna Baltputnis of Salem, nieces of the bride; and Elizabeth Zimmerman and Jessica Zimmerman of New Waterford, daughters of the bridegroom.
James Zimmerman of New Waterford, the bridegroom's son, performed the duties of the best man.
Groomsmen was David Thompson of Hanoverton and James Thompson of Lisbon, the bride's brothers; Eric Baltputnis of Salem, the bride's nephew, and Paul Boyd of Calcutta.
A reception was held at Das Dutch Village Inn in Columbiana
After a honeymoon trip to Eastern Caribbean the couple resides in New Waterford.