Chelsea Ann Brashears- Kyle Lane Harmon

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Chelsea Ann Brashears became the bride of Kyle Lane Harmon at 6 p.m. Saturday, June 14, in First United Methodist Church of Benton. The Rev. David Jones officiated.

Sharon and Dr. Clay Brashears of Benton are the parents of the bride. She is the granddaughter of Dorothy and Dr. Don Brashears of Benton and Diane and the late Charles Koskey of Garland, Texas.

Parents of the groom are Gena and Randy Harmon of Benton. He is the grandson of Elizabeth and the late Ray Harmon, also of Benton, and Barbara and Harry Brown of Cabot.

Grecian urns filled with white gladioli, hydrangeas, stargazer lilies and silver branches were on each side of the altar. Swags of wedding flowers lined the aisles. Music was by organist Sandra Knoernschild.

The bride, given in marriage by her parents, wore a mermaid-style strapless gown of embroidered English net over satin embellished with Swarovski crystals. She carried a bouquet of white peonies.

Serving as the bride's honor attendants were her sisters Courtney Brashears and Cassidy Brashears, both of Benton. Bridesmaids were Kortney Harmon of Benton, sister of the groom; Heather Dickson of North Little Rock; Piper Thornell of Little Rock; and Hannah Longing of Conway. They wore pewter chiffon strapless A-line gowns with ruched bodices and carried bouquets of pink and white peonies, garden roses with gray brunia berries and dusty miller.

Cody Harmon of Benton, cousin of the groom, was best man. Groomsmen were Matthew Harris of Hensley; Matthew Spann of Little Rock; Austin Harmon of Bryant, cousin of the groom; and Vincent Baker and Joshua Spann, both of Benton. Guests were seated by Brian Bull of Hensley and Billy Adams of Little Rock.

A reception at the ballroom of Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church in Little Rock followed the ceremony. The buffet held a large silver urn with white delphinium, larkspur, snapdragons, oriental lilies, pink hydrangeas, peonies and garden roses. Guest tables held a mix of tall clear cylinders of hydrangeas, peonies, roses and trailing clematis in shades of pink and white.

The bride has a bachelor's degree in biology and a master's degree in teaching from the University of Central Arkansas in Conway. She is a mathematics teacher in the Little Rock School District.

The groom has a bachelor's degree in management information systems from UCA and is a data technician with Genesis Datacom.

The couple will reside in Benton after a wedding trip to St. Lucia.

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This article was published June 22, 2014 at 2:45 a.m.


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