The Dec. 28 wedding ceremony held at Greystone Hall in Akron united Amy Kaufman and Nicholas Fredrick in marriage.
The Rev. Chad Mattingly officiated.
The Summit Strings Quartet provided music for the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Bob and Brenda Kaufman of Tallmadge. The mother of the bridegroom is Elizabeth Fredrick of Franklin, Tenn.
The bride was given in marriage by her father. For her wedding, she selected a strapless gown of ivory and rum pink silk with a French tulle sash and cathedral-length train.
She wore an unadorned cathedral-length veil and carried a bouquet of 28 champagne roses in memory of the date of the wedding.
Maid of honor was the brides sister, Jessica Hall of San Diego, Calif.
Bridesmaids were sister of the bridegroom, Natalie Fredrick; the brides cousins, Mandria Vartenuk of Suffield and Ashley Tanner of Raleigh, N.C.; Beth Meese of Chicago, Ill., and Michelle Oller of Franklin.
The attendants were attired in chocolate velvet gowns and carried bouquets of pale pink roses mixed with hypernicum berries.
Serving as flower girl was cousin of the bride, Madison Knapp of Hartville.
The best man was Jess Cates of Los Angeles, Calif. Ushers were Tim Putnam of Springfield, Mo., and Johnny Caudill, Matt Simpkins, Chad Cates, and Peter Majors, all of Franklin.
Cousin of the bride, Jake Tersigni of Tallmadge, served as ring bearer.
An evening reception followed the ceremony at the hall.
The new Mrs. Fredrick is a graduate of Tallmadge High School and Kent State University.
She is employed as the manager of Social Graces in Franklin.
Her husband is a graduate of Franklin High School and Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn. He is self-employed in the music business in Franklin.
The couple traveled to Banff, Calgary, Canada for their honeymoon.
A rehearsal dinner was held at the Spaghetti Warehouse in Akron.