Tony Daniel Morrison and Racheal Marie Tanner were united in marriage at 2:30 p.m. Oct. 19, 2013, at Herot Hall Farms in Kenna, W.Va.

Jason McGrail was an usher and Daniel Tanner officiated the ceremony.

The bride wore an ivory laced gown covered in beads, a headpiece with a flower and feathers and cowboy boots. The bride carried a bouquet of brown burlap flowers, which she made herself, accentuated with orange and yellow roses with baby’s breath.

Katie Turner served as honor attendant; bridesmaids were Brandy Parrish, Katlyn Hill, Tara Nutter, Rachel Mardis, and Andi Huett. They wore strapless turquoise lace dresses that were knee length, and cowboy boots. Each carried brown and turquoise burlap flowers made by the bride and family.

Surge Bracamontes served as best man; groomsmen were Joey Lindamood, JT Morlan, Rob Magruder, Andre Fedonni and Todd Butts. They wore brown khaki pants, ivory shirts with brown suspenders and a turquoise burlap bowtie.

Justin Tanner, little brother of the bride, drove a 1989 GMC S15 on a ton truck frame with 4 inches of lift and 40s, to bring the bridesmaids into the ceremony. Chad Morrison, little brother of the groom, drove a 1979 Chevy Scottsdale with 6 inches of lift and 37s to bring in the groom and groomsmen. Both parties made their entrance to ACDC’s “Back in Black.”

Jeff Tanner, father of the bride, drove the bride in her 1978 Jeep CJ-5 with 4 inches of lift and 35s, making her entrance to ACDC’s “TNT.” She then walked toward her future husband to the sounds of the wedding march.

The reception was held in a barn that was decorated with burlap, lace, and mason jars. A traditional country dinner of pulled pork, macaroni salad, mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie, made and served by Brenda Alford and Becky McCallister. A 3-tiered cake of red velvet, chocolate and vanilla with white icing and burlap trims was made by Patty Martin.

The cake topper was a replica of the bride’s Jeep stuck in the mud with the bride and groom sitting on the hood.

The couple honeymooned in Punta Canta.