Marsha Day Walker and Lukas Cole Munday were united in marriage Oct. 20 at Tri County Worship Center in Rockport, W.Va. The double-ring ceremony was performed by Pastor Sandra Walker.
The bride is the daughter of Rock and Sandy Walker of Rockport. She is the granddaughter of Judy Drake and the late Marshall Drake of Parkersburg, Sylvia and Ryan King of Parkersburg and the late Roger Walker of Parkersburg.
The groom is the son of Tonya Powell of Parkersburg and the Larry Munday of Parkersburg.
He is the grandson of Hazel Powell and the late Charles Powell Jr. of Parkersburg, William and Sandra Tanner of Parkersburg, and the late Larry Munday Sr. of Washington.
The bride was given in marriage by her parents and escorted by her father.
Jesse Munday, sister-in-law of the groom and friend of the bride of Parkersburg, served as maid of honor.
Carissa Munday and Angelica Walker, daughters of the groom and bride of Parkersburg, served as flower girls.
Jerald Lemley, friend of the groom of Parkersburg, served as best man.
Gavin Powell, nephew of the groom of Belpre, served as ringbearer.
Serving as ushers were Timothy Rodman, family of the bride of Mineral Wells; Roger Walker, brother of the bride of Rockport; Zachary Powell, brother of the groom of Belpre; and Nicholas Munday, brother of the groom of Parkersburg.
The bride wore a split-front dress that featured intricately embroidered edge and apple red inset with matching sash with a stapless bodice and A-line skirt also adorned with delicate red embroidery.
The gown featured a 4-foot chapel train made of satin with drape. The veil was white tulle with a pearl and sequin edge enhanced with a diamond and pearl tiara.
The bride carried a colonial bouquet of red and white roses accented with baby breath and tree fern with cascading ribbons tied with love knots.
The groom wore a tuxedo featuring two button single-breasted styling with a non-vented back, a unique satin-framed lapel and satin covered buttons with a claret red windsor tie and fullback vest. He wore wool flat front formal trousers with a beaded stripe.
The cake was designed for the couple by Elizabeth Brace of Parkersburg. It was constructed of four tiers - three of vanilla and one milk chocolate.
The base was stacked with columns separating each of the top two tiers. Between the middle tiers was a small cherub playing his flute and sitting in a fountain filled with flowers spilling down and onto the cake.
The entire cake was iced in ivory buttercream and decorated with burgundy blossoms and handmade drop flowers of royal icing and placed in a sweep from the top to the bottom tier. The cake topper was also handmade to match with a cathedral backdrop.
A dinner reception immediately followed the ceremony in the fellowship hall.
The couple live in Parkersburg with their two children.