Honest-To-Goodness, Real Texas Weddings
Reagan & Nathan
Reagan and Nathan met on the second day of high school in AP English class. They became best friends and the following year, on June 1st, 2012, he asked her to go steady. During Christmas in 2015, they were sharing their tradition of dining at Tolbert’s Restaurant in Grapevine, Texas before Nathan went back to school.[…]
Jennifer & Ryder
After meeting through mutual friends in college, Ryder knew Jennifer was the one for him. When the time came to propose, he planned a romantic vacation for two in Key West, Florida. Their second night out, while awaiting their table at the bar overlooking the ocean,
Alyssa & Matt
After dating for four years, originally being set up by Alyssa’s brother, Alyssa and Matt took a trip to South Beach, Miami. On their last full day there, the groom hired a mariachi band to serenade their beach site as he proposed. The band played ‘Besame’ as the newly engaged couple danced together under the sunset. It was a truly magical proposal.
Misti & John
Misti and John Kent met in college through Misti’s bestfriend who she had known since kindergarten and who also happened to be Kent’s cousin. They grew closer as they took courses together at Northeast Texas Community College. After a long day at work and battling with allergies that left her eyes swollen, Misti could not see what was coming next. She felt as though something was wrong, so she left for home.
Bethany & Brian
The couple’s story began in high school. Bethany made the first move and asked Brian to the Christmas Cotillion— a formal ball. Several years later, they reconnected at the local hospital where Bethany was working as a registered nurse and Brian as an anesthesiologist. While they were dating, they had planned to meet in New York to see LSU play Syracuse. Little did Bethany know, their plans for the next morning would take a slight detour.
Alessia & Joe
Alessia, a Canadian working in public relations and real estate, met a heavy civil contractor named Joe at a local fundraiser in Austin, TX. There was a spark and soon they would weld their two lives into one. One night, while they were relaxing in their home, Joe got up to get more wine. Instead, he returned with a little, black box– and the rest is history![…]
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