The bride is the daughter of Randy and Janie Wormington, of Purdy. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rick Walters, of Monett.
The bride was attired in a strapless satin A-line gown with beaded embellishments on the bodice and cathedral-length train. She wore a tiara of pearls and carried a bouquet of white roses.
The groom wore blue jeans, a blue western shirt and a black cowboy hat.
The altar was decorated with vines, ferns, spring flowers and white roses designed by the groom.
The bride was given in marriage by her father, Randy Wormington. Autumn Hohensee, sister of the bride, served as matron of honor. Honor attendants were Megan Wormington, sister-in-law of the bride, and Whitney Gray, friend of the bride. Attendants carried white roses.
The flower girl was Riley Hohensee, who wore a white dress with a Malibu blue sash. The ring bearers were Lucas Hohensee, Hunter Wormington and Wyatt Morris, who wore blue jeans, black shirts bearing the legend "ring security" on the back and black cowboy hats. They wore spurs on their boots and carried play guns in holsters.
Troy Foster served as best man, with Clinton Vvner and Brandon Fulp serving as best men. They also wore blue jeans and blue western shirts. Ushers were Devon Morris and Seth Etter.
Presiding at the guest book and table was Stephanie Kaiser.
A reception followed the ceremony with a dinner featuring smoked turkey, smoked brisket and smoked ribs, with sides and rolls.
Music was provided by David Wormington, brother of the bride.
Table decorations included white table cloths, etched wine glasses filled with white and blue chocolate hearts and white and blue balloons attached to the stems.
The cakes were white and chocolate sheet cakes. The wedding cake was a five-tiered cake with white and blue icing topped with a horseshoe decoration.
Following a wedding trip to Kansas City, the couple resides in Purdy.
The bride is employed at Tyson Foods Hatchery in Monett. The groom works for Schreiber Foods, Inc., in Mt. Vernon.