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Priscilla Amber Harmon of Atlanta and Brenden Christopher Sager of Atlanta were married Jan. 15 at Decatur First United Methodist Church with Dr. David Naglee presiding.


The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harmon of Covington and granddaughter of Mary Halsey of Atlanta, the late William L. Ingram, of Jesup, Ga. and the late Everette and Harriett Harmon, Sr.

The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sager of Pittsburgh, Penn., and grandson of Gertrude Wells of Shawnee, Kansas, and the late Francis Wells and the late Joe and Evelyn Sager.

The bride's color were gold. The church was decorated with Peace Lilies and the candelabras and Unity Candelabra were decorated with white tulle and ivy.
The bride wore a strapless gown with a fitted bodice and attached train. The gown was made of satin and lace with pearls. She wore a tiara borrowed from her sister and a veil outlined with precious stones. She wore a sterling silver with pearl teardrop necklace and earrings.

Ms. Katrina Robinson of Buford served as maid of honor and Ms. Katie Butterfield of Marietta and Ms. Rebecca Crum of Atlanta were bridesmaids. The maid of honor wore a gold fitted, v-neck satin, sleeveless dress with an empire bodice. The bridesmaids wore gold dresses of matching fabric and picked a style of their own.
Mr. Aaron Sager of Chicago served as best man. Groomsmen were Mr. Frank Callaway of Atlanta and Mr. Ofer Lion of Los Angeles.

Miss Brookelyn Miller, niece of the bride, served as flower girl, and wore a tea length dress made of Dupioni with white satin slippers. Mr. Dawson Miller, nephew of the bride, served as the ringbearer., and wore a tuxedo to match the groomsmen.

The reception was held at the Mary Gay House in Decatur. The couple honeymooned in Vail, Colo., and now reside in Atlanta.