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Bridal feature: Sam and Harley Evans – Oct. 19, 2019

FRANKLIN LIVING—

HOW THEY MET

Harley and Sam met each other the first time at a fishing tournament – and it was love at first sight.

MEMORABLE DATE

The couple’s most memorable date was when they went ice skating in Huntsville at the outdoor arena. It was so much fun, although very difficult for the both of them to do, and Sam made it a night to remember.

WHAT THEY LOVE

Harley loves Sam for his faithfulness, humbleness and kindness for her and everyone else around.

THE PROPOSAL

Harley calls their proposal the best one anyone could ask for. She couldn’t ask for a better way for the love of her life to ask her to marry him but in a way that paid homage to the way they met – on a bass boat on Cedar Lake at sunset.

THE WEDDING

Their wedding was Oct. 19, 2019, at Harley’s home church, Pleasant Hill FCM in East Franklin.

FAVORITE MOMENT

Harley’s favorite moment of the wedding was their “first look” because that was the first time Sam got to see her in her dress, and she got to see his face when he turned around and saw her.

FINAL THOUGHTS

Harley hopes for everyone getting married in the next year that it is everything they have dreamed of.

MEET THE TEAM

Venue: Pleasant Hill FCM

Catering: Valerie Copeland and Chris Nix

Wedding planner: Harley did it herself

Florist: Russellville Florist

Cake: Tammy Thomas

Videographer: Right Brain Photography

Photographer: Hester Photography

Invitations: Hester Printing

Wedding dress: David’s Bridal

Bridesmaid dresses: David’s Bridal

Hair and make-up: Kelley Cain/Holly Hargett

Men’s attire: Goody’s

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