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Walker, Wyatt exchange vows in Pikeville
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Rachel Bailey Walker and Brian Allen Wyatt married May 18 at Cold Springs Baptist Church in Pikeville. The double-ring ceremony was officiated by Rickey Minton. 
The bride is the daughter of Jimmy and Delia Walker. She is the granddaughter of Mildred and the late Hugh E. Bailey, and Rose and the late James Walker.
Mr. Wyatt is the son of Vanda Wyatt Wilhoit and the late Donald Wyatt of Pikeville.  His grandparents are the late G.W. and Bonnie Hixson, and Louise and the late Earl Wyatt 
Diloney Cutrell, Allison Cutrell, Katie Wanamaker and Emily Newman were the guest register attendants.
The church’s sanctuary was simply elegant with blue and white tulle and blue, and white hydrangea floral arrangements.
The bride chose an A-line taffeta fit-and-flare gown with a plunging V-neckline. The tank straps were embellished with beaded crystals cascading into the bustline and ruched bodice.
A beaded motif was incorporated into the flowing skirt and chapel train. Her wedding veil was decorated with crystals on each side. She carried a bouquet of white roses and hydrangeas. 
Lauren Fox, cousin of the  bride, was the maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Erica McGee, Katie Morris and Harley Walker. They wore royal blue knee-length chiffon dresses and carried blue hydrangea bouquets. 
Autumn Cooley and Hannah Walker were the flower girls. They were attired in white satin tea-length dresses with royal blue sashes. They dropped white rose petals on the bridal pathway. 
The ring bearer was Luke Morris. Friend of the groom, Brent McGee, was his best man. Groomsmen were John Bledsoe, Shawn Wyatt the groom’s brother, and Alex Walker, the bride’s brother. Wedding ushers were Mason Fox, Slayden Rogers, Justin Wyatt and Zackary Swafford.
A reception was held following the ceremony honoring the couple by the bride’s parents.
The new Mrs. Wyatt left the reception wearing a chiffon white dress, with black and white leather cowboy boots. The couple honeymooned in Negril, Jamaica, and are residing in Pikeville. 
The bride is a 2009 graduate of Warren County High School, and a 2013 graduate of Tennessee Technological University. She is employed as a kindergarten teacher with the Bledsoe County School System.
Her husband graduated in 2003 from Bledsoe County High School, and from World Wide Auctioneering School. He is self-employed with Wyatt Trucking and works for Morris Brothers Stockyard.