Brickley — Walker

PHOTO PROVIDED Mr. and Mrs. Darrion Walker (Faith Brickley)

Faith Brickley and Darrion Walker were married on Aug. 15, 2020 on the bank of the Susquehanna River at Kremser’s Landing in Montoursville. The beautiful 6 p.m. waterfront ceremony was led by Chaplain Aaron Reitz.

The ceremony included a Mother’s Rose Ceremony, honoring the mothers of both the bride and groom and the seed of love they planted in their children’s hearts. The mother of the bride also blessed the couple with the reading of a personalized poem that she wrote for them.

Their wedding day was also their nine-year anniversary, and they shared their vows of love and commitment to one another in the presence of their family, friends and God.

The bride and groom chose a taco bar for dinner, featuring all of the fixins, and carried the buffet theme through to dessert. Their wedding colors were black, gold and burgundy with deep red roses to accent.

For their first dance, they danced to Anytime by Ray J, the song that was playing when Darrion asked Faith to be his date to his high school prom. They held each other as Darrion sang the lyrics to his bride.

The bride is the daughter of Craig Brickley of Beech Creek and Ruth Gyurina of Lock Haven. The groom is the son of Cleveland Walker of Mount Union and the late Sherry Hollingshead of Belleville.

Morgan Newswanger of Hopewell, the bride’s “lil sis,” stood by her side as matron of honor. The bride’s sister-in-law, Brooke Bulick, of Lewistown was her maid of honor. Her wonderful bridesmaids included several of her “girl tribe,” Megan Muthler of Lock Haven, Sarah Smeltz of Lock Haven and Lisa Schropp of Lock Haven.

The groom, blessed with a solid group of friends, selected all of his men as his best men. These included Dyson Marks of Lewistown, Luke White of Belleville, Gage Bigelow of Belleville, Brandon Wheeler of Mill Hall and Weston Newswanger of Hopewell.

It was a magical day full of love, laughter and tacos! They danced the night away with friends and family under the clear night sky and embarked on their new journey into Forever & Always.


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