Honest-To-Goodness, Real Texas Weddings
Melissa & Kirvis
Kirvis wanted a perfect surprise proposal. He asked Melissa to pick him up at his place for the basketball game and set up a beautiful presentation for her when she walked inside. Unfortunately she was so worried about making it to the game on time, she didn’t see it! […]
Pamela & Sam
Pamela Martin, owner of a gym and Sam Pier, a project manager grew up in the same town, but didn’t meet until they went to Texas State University. Sam was a football player and Pamela was a cheerleader so they continuously ran into each other; the rest is history.
Rachel & Phillip
Rachel and Phillip met while attending Sabine High School and immediately knew they had something special. After dating for some time, in January of 2013, Phillip told Rachel that he truly could not wait another second to marry her, then popped the big question.
Kelly & Dylan
Kelly and Dylan met at a dance hall in Victoria, Texas and kept in touch on social media for a several years. Five years later, Kelly, a Marketing Manager for a Civil Engineering Firm, moved to Houston. Dylan, the owner of a marketing & graphic design firm, invited her to brunch. They have been a couple since the day he showed her around Houston.
Tawni & Patrick
Tawni, a project manager for REW Group, and Patrick, a Project Manager for DPR Construction, met through mutual friends during spring break in their last year of college. After dating for some time, they went out for a nice dinner. When they got home, Patrick offered to take their dog Tori for a walk, while Tawni relaxed.
Shellany & Brandon
n April 2012, a mutual friend set up a blind date for Brandon and Shellany. Shellany walked up to her future husband and said,”Hi, we’re friends on Facebook, but not in real life.” Brandon was left absolutely stunned as they spent the evening sharing memories, thoughts and dreams.[…]
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