Laura Duff and Andy Clutter were married on June 25 at Central Trinity United Methodist Church in Zanesville, with Pastor Tom England officiating.
The bride is the daughter of Tim and Cathy Duff of Zanesville. A 2007 graduate of the University of Mount Union with a bachelor of music education degree, she is currently an elementary music teacher in the Louisville City School System.
Her husband is the son of Bob and Maryellen Clutter of Salem. A 2005 graduate of Salem High School and a 2009 graduate of the University of Mount Union with a bachelor's of arts degree in Business Administration, he is currently the marketing specialist for A.R.E. Accessories in Massillon.
The bride, escorted by her father, wore an ivory gown, carrying a bouquet of purple and white calla lilies.
Wearing sage green A-line gowns were Maid of Honor Elizabeth Duff of Zanesville and bridesmaids Addie Bender of Salem, Lisa Bryan of Canton, ConnieMarie Mahaffey of Washington D.C., Natalie Deckard of Alliance, Emily Fisher of Columbus and Candace Orth of Jacksonville, N. C. Elise Bender, the bridegroom's niece, served as the flower girl. Tim McKim of Cambridge and Emily Baker of Columbus provided readings.
Ben Roberts of Salem served as the best man. Groomsmen included Joey Clutter of Columbus, Matt Bender, Nick Fithian, Matt Mowery, Nate Mullen, all of Salem, and Justin Shaub of North Canton.
The couple's 200 guests attended an evening reception at Eaglesticks Golf Club in Zanesville.
Following a honeymoon in Riviera Maya, Mexico, the couple resides in Louisville.