Rachel LaNell McGregor and Rodney William Lambert of Decatur were married May 31, 2014, at Grace Baptist Church in Decatur.
The bride is the daughter of Scott and Tammy McGregor of Decatur.
The groom is the son of Ronnie and Lissa Lambert of Decatur.
Dr. Van Gardner officiated the double-ring ceremony.
Escorted by her father, the bride wore a strapless white dress that featured a sweetheart neckline, long train and beading. She donned a white veil and carried a bouquet of assorted pink flowers.
Maid of honor was Rebekah McGregor, sister of the bride, of Decatur.
Bridesmaids included Rebecca Marsh, niece of the groom, of Decatur; Kasy Morgan of Denton; Audrey Armitage of Decatur; and Kendra Brooks of Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Bridal attendants wore strapless, mid-length black dresses with a hot-pink sash. They carried hot-pink rose bouquets.
Flower girl was Amelia Westerman, daughter of Amber Green, of Decatur.
Ringbearer was Tristan Mitchell, son of John and Misty Mitchell, of Runaway Bay.
Best man was Samuel McGregor, brother of the bride, of Decatur. Groomsmen included Bryan Marsh, nephew of the groom; David Cude; and Lonnie Norris, cousin of the groom, all of Decatur; and Jordan McGregor, brother of the bride, of London, England.
Ushers were Daniel Dickerson of Decatur, Luke Weeks of Boyd and Steve Salinas, Daniel McCasland, Justin Romine and Omar Gomez, all of Slidell.
Guestbook attendant was Carol Loftis, aunt of the bride, of Fort Worth.
Pianist was Ruthie Pearce of Paradise, and Daniel Dickerson of Decatur sang “Beautiful in White.”
A receception was held at First Baptist Church of Decatur.
Servers included Dianna Payne, aunt of the bride, of Sanger; Imogene James, aunt of the bride, of Highland Village; Debbie Polk of Decatur; Rhonda Mayes, aunt of the groom, of Springtown; Jordan Shetter and Bronte Rawle of Decatur; and Jo-Anna Davie of London.
Following a trip to Hawaii, the couple live in Decatur.
The bride graduated from Slidell High School and Weatherford College. She plans to graduate with a degree in teaching from Texas Woman’s University in Denton in December.
The groom graduated from Decatur High School and earned a bachelor’s degree in geology and math from the University of Texas at Arlington. He works for Pro Directional.