Morgan DeBoard, Tanner Sampson wed

Morgan DeBoard and Tanner Sampson were married September 23, 2017 at the Hitchin’ Barn in Newport, WA, with pastor Darin Million officiating the ceremony.

The bride is the daughter John and Marita DeBoard of Twin Falls, ID. She graduated Twin Falls High School in 2011 and the University of Idaho in 2015. She is a family consultant.

The groom is the son of Jerry and Dawn Sampson of St. Maries. He graduated from St. Maries High School in 2010 and The University of Idaho in 2015. He is an account manager.

The bride was escorted to the altar by her father. She wore an ivory crocheted lace dress with opal beading and a cathedral veil. She carried a large bouquet with a variety of flowers featuring white, navy, burgundy and greens.

Kelsey DeBoard and Taylor Deboard, the bride's sisters, were both the Maid of Honor. Bridesmaids included Halle Sampson, groom's sister, Whitney Bell, Erika Nichols, Taylor Moyle, Miranda Sultz, Jenna Sharp and Addie Corey. Junior Bridesmaid was Lia Flynn.

Cole Sampson, groom's brother, was the Best Man. Groomsmen included Tristan Sampson and Bryant Sampson, both brothers of the groom, Caleb Gilmour, Michael Thomas, Chris Clement, Ryan Chase and Daniel Colter. Ushers included Padraig Flynn and Toby Emge.

A reception was also held at the Hitchin’ Barn following the ceremony with 200 guests, along with the bride's grandmother Marypat Fields and the groom's grandmother Darlene Haynes. The couple is at home in Coeur d’Alene following their honeymoon in San Diego, CA.

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