Evans - Sprunk

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Gold urns with purple Delphinium, light blue and lavender hydrangeas, and hanging green amaranths banked the alter at the First United Methodist Church Saturday evening, March 11 for the wedding of Miss Courtney Elizabeth Evans and Mr. Daniel Keith Sprunk Jr.
The double ring ceremony was officiated by the Rev. Doug De Graffrenried.  Mrs. Dale Higginbotham, who was organist for the bride’s parents’ nuptials in 1987, presented an organ prelude, playing “Petite Promenade” for the procession of the wedding party, “The Prince of Denmark’s March” for the entrance of the bride and “Postlude in a Classic Style” for the recessional. Mr. Bryce Hernandez provided a trumpet accompaniment. Selections by the vocalist, Mrs. Brian Layman, included “How Beautiful” and “The Prayer.” Misses Meaghan Clark and Jessica Ratelle offered scripture readings.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Bunyan Evans III of Natchitoches, was radiant in an ivory tulle and organza ball gown. The v-neck bodice was accentuated with a crystal bead encrusted waistline. She wore a silver six-pence in her shoe, given to her by her first babysitter and lifelong family friend, Mrs. Steve Giles Horton.  White peonies, white garden roses, lavender and blue hydrangeas, lavender lisianthus and green vibernum formed her nosegay bouquet.
Gold crystal drop earrings, a gift from the bride, complimented the gowns worn by her attendants, all who carried nosegays of light blue and lavender hydrangea, roses, viburnum and dark purple lisianthus.  Their floor-length chiffon dresses featured a halter neckline in three shades of purple.
Misses Laura Leigh Evans and Anne Dalton Evans, sisters of the bride, served as  maids of honor. Bridesmaids were Misses Anna Culpepper and Maggie Gladden, both of Baton Rouge, Misses Morgan Vienne and Jordan Thomas of New Orleans, Mrs. Regan Sorge and Mrs. Emily LaBiche of Houston, Miss Margaret Vienne of Columbia, S.C., and Miss Colleen Whitehead of Natchitoches.
Mr. Blaine Chapman of Baton Rouge served as best man.  Groomsmen included Mr. Brett Conrad, Mr. Carl Polito, Mr. Jordan Kline, Mr. Brennan Stutes, Mr. Taylor Jeane and Mr. Kyle Wolf, all of Baton Rouge, Mr. Kyle Sorge and Mr. Garen Armbruster, both of Houston, and Mr. Dylan Aucoin of New Orleans.
Guests were seated by Mr. Austin Sprunk and Mr. Carson Sprunk, brothers of the groom and Mr. Alexander Blanche, cousin of the groom.
Cream with metallic gold features adorned the floor length sleeveless trumpet silhouette gown worn by the bride’s mother.  The groom’s mother attended in an ivory and taupe lace formal gown accented by a silk sash and quarter-length sleeves.
Honor guests included the bride’s grandparents, Mrs. Jeffrey Dalton Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Bunyan Evans Jr. of Natchitoches;  and the bridegroom’s grandmother, Mrs. Edward T.L. Borie.
The reception was hosted by the bride’s parents at the Natchitoches Events Center, where family and friends enjoyed a lavish buffet featuring a cheese fountain and gumbo station catered by Maison Louisiane. The bride’s cake was decorated with layers of buttercream and almond icing each featuring a different filling.  The groom’s cake had three tiers of chocolate layers and was decorated with a duck-hunting theme.  Both were created by one of Courtney’s favorite teachers, Mrs. Emelda Odom.  Guests danced into the night to the sounds of the band Escalade of New Orleans.  Floral décor for the church and reception was created by Mandy Cathey Weddings and Events, who also served as wedding coordinator.  
On the eve of the wedding, the groom’s parents, Ms. Louise Borie Kilshaw and Mr. Daniel Keith Sprunk Sr. of Baton Rouge, hosted a rehearsal dinner at Bon Ami in downtown Natchitoches.
The new Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sprunk departed the reception through a tunnel of metallic gold streamers.  Following their honeymoon to Tortola, British Virgin Isles, they will reside in Baton Rouge where they met while attending Louisiana State University.
Mrs. Sprunk is a graduate of St. Mary’s Catholic School and Louisiana State University, where she was a member of Chi Omega Sorority. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Bunyan Evans Jr., Mrs. Jeffrey Wesley Dalton Sr., and the late Mr. Dalton.  She is employed by Arthur J. Gallagher and Company. 
Mr. Sprunk is a graduate of Catholic High School and Louisiana State University, where he was a member of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. He is the grandson of Mrs. Edward T.L. Borie, the late Mr. Borie, Mr. Robert Sprunk and the late Mrs. Sprunk.  He is project manager for Cajun Deep Foundations.

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