Family and friends of Justin and Stephanie Shults held visitation services in Nicholasville and have planned to lay them to rest in Kentucky Friday.
The couple, who last lived in Nashville, was killed in the terror attack at the Brussels airport last month.
Visitation was held today in Stephanie’s hometown in Nicholasville, Kentucky Thursday.
When the couple was still missing after the attack, a friend of Stephanie's started tying green-and-yellow ribbons at the local high school and other places around town as a way to pay tribute.
"I put the ribbons up as a sign of hope, because we honestly didn't know how to grieve - and at that time we didn't know we were grieving. So we did it as a sign of hope at first, and it ended up being a sign of remembrance as we learned about her passing."
A memorial service will also be held on Sunday in Justin’s hometown of Gatlinburg.