Wedding: More & EvansPublished 9:30am Saturday, November 10, 2012
Amanda More and Timothy Evans were married at 2:30 p.m. July 7 in a private outdoor wedding at Linnaeus Arboretum, Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter. The Rev. Mark Boorsma of Albert Lea performed the double-ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Murri and Paula More of Albert Lea. Grandparents are James and Ferne More of Blue Earth and Wayne and Joanie Wendel of St. Peter. Great-grandmother is Gretchen Wendel of St. Peter.
The groom is the son of John and Lola Evans of Albert Lea. Grandparents are Duane and Elaine Struck of Albert Lea.
Maid of honor was Mariah More, sister of the bride, of Mankato. Bridesmaids were Jennifer Sosebee, friend of the bride, of Estherville, Iowa, and Amber Angell, friend of the bride, of Shakopee.
Flower girls were Grace Belanger, friend of bride and groom, of Chaska, and Olivia Guthrie, niece of the groom, of Coon Rapids.
Best man was Adam Evans, brother of the groom, of Coon Rapids. Groomsmen were Joshua More, brother of the bride, of Eden Prairie, and Trevor Olchefske, friend of the groom, of St. Cloud. Usher was Logan Schallock, friend of the groom, of Albert Lea. Usherettes were Chloe Guthrie, niece of the groom, of Coon Rapids, and Kayla Belanger, friend of the bride and groom, of Chaska.
Ring bearer was Eli Guthrie, nephew of the groom, of Coon Rapids.
Personal attendant was Samantha More, sister-in-law of the bride, of Eden Prairie.
Guest book attendant was Jeffery Chelman, friend of the bride, of St. Louis.
A private dinner for ceremony guests was held at Neighbors in Mankato. A reception and dance was at Country Inn & Suites Conference Center, Mankato.
Host and hostess were Jason and Tiffany Belanger, friends of the bride and groom, of Chaska.
The bride attended Albert Lea High School and Scot Lewis School of Cosmetology. She is employed as a master hair designer at JC Penney in Eden Prairie.
The groom attended Albert Lea High School. He is the assistant front desk manager at Radison Plaza in Minneapolis.
A wedding trip was taken to North Shore.