Category Archives: Love Stories

Ashley & Brent {Engaged}

Timing. Bad timing, good timing, and the time in between. When Brent & Ashley met, they made each other laugh. Their personalities were similar and they both enjoyed the other’s company. But bad timing kept them from pursuing anything further than acquaintances. She asked her friend Brittany about him from time to time, unbeknownst to her he was doing the same. And then it all came together that fateful Thanksgiving Day Eve.

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Stephanie & Todd {Engaged}

Being kids together. Growing up together. Becoming teens together. The chapters of their lives always intertwined and weaving in and out, yet remaining independently separate. There were some close calls. Some instances that border on dating, or at the very least – flirtation. Like during psychology class when they would push their desks together every time a movie was played and whisper to one another. She’d write on his notebook Todd + Stephanie. “One day we will date each other.” she whispered.

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Clare & Kyle {Engaged}

People told her he was in love with her in high school. He denies it. But I don’t know, he did ask her to marry him.

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Erica & Nathan {Engaged}

Well, you had me from “Hello”
I felt love start to grow the moment I looked into your eyes,
You won me, it was over from the start.
You completely stole my heart, and now you won’t let go.
I never even had a chance you know?
You had me from “Hello”

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Kristin & Darren {engaged}

During a Cardinal game in 2009, Kristin’s friend Jen saw a couple friends of hers. After the game was over, her friends Darren and Jeremy waited for them to say hi. As they walked up, Kristin and Darren’s eyes met. She sweetly introduced herself, and could not get over how cute he was. As any good girl would do when talking to a cute guy – she asked him how to spell his name. Yes, that’s right. Because Darren could be spelled a plethora of different ways. Like Darrin, or Darren, or… well – I guess that’s it. So it was clearly a viable question.

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