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Wedded bliss: Lindsey & Brandon Lane — May 16, 2020

FRANKLIN LIVING—

In 2017 Lindsey received a Facebook message from a guy named Brandon. After messaging him a few times, she knew the likelihood of any future relationship was slim to none, though he seemed to have multiple commonalities with her. At the time she was not looking for anything serious due to beginning occupational therapy school. Brandon started asking Lindsey to hang out from the beginning, but she always declined. Fast forward two years later, and after much persistence on Brandon’s part, Lindsey finally decided to hang out with him.

THE FIRST DATE: Brandon and Lindsey’s first date was definitely out of the norm. Because they had never met and started talking online two years prior, Lindsey brought a friend along with her. Brandon, Lindsey and her friend Lakeyn all met at River Bottom Grille March 15, 2019. The night basically consisted of hours of conversation over food. After the date ended and Brandon and Lindsey said bye, Lindsey told Lakeyn he was “husband potential.” Lindsey and Brandon saw each other every day for the next three weeks before Lindsey had to return to occupational therapy school. After the first week, Lindsey knew he was the one for her. Brandon, too, knew after the first couple of weeks he would marry Lindsey.

THE PROPOSAL: Their proposal was a dream come true. Brandon, knowing how much Lindsey loves Christmas, decided to tell Lindsey he had planned them a photography session at Shell’s Christmas Tree Farm. In reality, though, he had planned their proposal at the farm. Brandon and Lindsey walked around with the photographer taking pictures. After a few pictures were made, Brandon got down on one knee in a sea of Christmas trees to pop the question.

THE WEDDING: The Givens House at Glenn Hill

Lindsey’s favorite wedding moment was walking down the aisle to Brandon. Brandon, with tear-filled eyes, never had looked happier or more in love. Lindsey was so excited to be pronounced Mr. and Mrs. Brandon Lane. Brandon’s favorite wedding moment was the first look. Brandon was so excited to see Lindsey all day, and the moment they were becoming husband and wife to him was so surreal in this moment.

THEIR LOVE: Lindsey loves that Brandon leads their family with a servant heart for God and all people. He serves her as a leader, protector, lover, confidant and best friend. Brandon loves all things about Lindsey. He loves how her smile radiates every room, her personality, her patience with all things and her decision to put him first.

MEET THE WEDDING TEAM:

  • Venue: The Givens House at Glenn Hill
  • Catering: Southern Skillet Catering
  • Florist: Russellville Florist and Gifts
  • Cake: Suzanne White
  • Videographer: Chandler Smith Films
  • Photographer: Rebekah Photography
  • Invitations: Shutterfly
  • Wedding dress: Kathleen’s Bridal
  • Bridesmaid dresses: Kathleen’s Bridal
  • Hair: Robin Scott
  • Make-up: Faith Ezzell and Holly Renfrow
  • Men’s attire: Coat’s Clothing Company
  • Music: Pianist Robin Akers and DJ, DJ Jammin’ Jeff
  • Gifts: Grogan’s Jewelers
  • Rentals and décor: Party Plus Rentals
  • Bride’s and groom’s rings: Grogan’s Jewelers
  • Officiant: Dr. Scott Delashaw

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