"It's honestly hard to believe somebody would be that generous," Clampett said.
"She was like, 'Just show up in your dress and him in his suit with your 30 people, and I was like 'Oh my gosh!'" McGill recalled.
McGill is a nurse.
"Nursing, in general, is such a taxing job, and then in a pandemic and to go through a wedding on top of it, I can't even imagine having to do all that, and so this is just a way to take that stress off one person," Allison Bansen, the owner of the beautiful wedding venue Bansen Farms in Gastonia, shared.
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Bansen, who is a nurse practitioner herself, as well as a mother-of-three and a breast-cancer survivor, said McGill was the perfect candidate, but she said it was difficult to choose between all the candidates.
"Kayla's story was so cute, and it was a true reflection of a front-line worker," Bansen said. "I mean, she is in the front lines swabbing, so she qualifies immediately for us, so we picked her, but ... I wish I could've given them all a free wedding."
It's more than just a venue, too. Many of the area's top vendors are donating their services to make sure McGill and Clampett's special day is perfect.
"I'm sorry if I get emotional, it's just been really really tough," McGill said, fighting back tears. "When she called me, I was just like, 'Oh my gosh, we're still being seen as those health care heroes,' So it's really been such a huge blessing. It's kind of turned things around for me."
McGill and Clampett will tie the knot on April 10.