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FAL-WIN 2018

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3 2 F a l l / W i n t e r B R I D E 2 0 1 8 Local Weddings / Wed on 12.30.17 CAROLINE HALE AND DAVIS CHURCH Ages: Davis is 24 and Caroline is 23. Occupations: Davis is a marketing event specialist and Caroline is an IT recruiter. How they met: "Caroline and I met when we were in eighth grade," Davis says. "She was new to Christian Academy and walked into my art class looking very cute. She and I quickly became good friends." Engagement story: Davis organized a scavenger hunt at locations significant to the couple. "ere were dear friends at each of those spots around town who read me letters from Davis about why that spot was precious to us," Caroline says. "e letters had pictures inside of past memories taken from that exact location. He had our closest friends and family waiting at a nearby location to celebrate with us, creating one of my most cherished days." Number of wedding guests: 300. Ceremony and reception: e Brown Hotel. Wedding theme: Classic and wild meets hopeless romantic. Entertainment: Masters of Music. Personal touches: Her drink: French 75; his: whiskey sour. First-dance song: "Fly Me to the Moon," Tony Bennett. e day in three words: Priceless, cherished, joyous. Favorite part of the day: "Embracing each other alone for the first time as husband and wife," says Caroline. "After exiting the ceremony, Davis and I both wept." One disagreement: "Davis did not want to see me before the ceremony, but we ended up doing that to get pictures outside." Really

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