The bride is the daughter of Alex and Carol Demetruk of Austintown, and the groom is the son of Carlos Albarran of San Antonio, and the late Gloria Albarran.
Pearls and crystals adorned the bride's ivory wedding gown, which featured a sweetheart neckline, semi-cathedral-length train and a shoulder-length veil with a pearl and crystal headband.
Lisa Marzano of Youngstown, sister of the bride, served as the matron of honor. The bridesmaids included Elizabeth Torres of San Antonio, the groom's aunt; Victoria Demyan of Youngstown, the bride's aunt; Nicolette Demyan of Struthers, cousin of the bride; Michaela Albarran of Houston, daughter of the groom; and Kristen Mottrom of Youngstown, Nicole Smith of Sandusky, Dawn Schrader of Youngstown and Eva Mastromatteo of Wilkes Barre, Pa., friends of the bride. They wore yellow gowns and carried spring bouquets. Madison Schrader of Youngstown was the flower girl.
Carrying out the duties of best man was Michael Albarran of San Antonio, brother of the groom. The groomsmen included Terry Marzano of Youngstown, brother-in-law of the bride; and Eric Chojnacki of Akron, Justin Vrona of Campbell, Joe Demyan of Struthers, Daniel Demyan of Struthers, Chris D'Errico of Medina, Nick D'Errico of Columbus and Jim D'Errico of Niles, all cousins of the bride. The ring bearer was John Ross Hovanec II of Campbell, a cousin of the bride.
The new Mrs. Albarran holds a bachelor's degree in art and science, and is a marketing manager with American Casino and Entertainment in Las Vegas.
Mr. Albarran earned a bachelor's degree in biology and is a chemist with the city of Henderson, Nev.
MR. and MRS. ALEXANDER J. ALBARRAN