It was Patrick’s Godfather, Charlie, that played matchmaker when it came to him finding his future wife, Jordan. Charlie’s co-worker, in fact, pointed out that the two looked alike and that—according to Chinese tradition—they were meant to be!
Kayla and Ryan met their junior year at the University of Alabama. Sharing majors and even sitting just a few feet away from each other in class didn't happen to get them talking, though. Lucky for them, fate wasn't going to give up.
We love “offbeat” weddings here at WeddingDay and this is certainly one that hooked us with its eclectic mix of bright colors, beauty and what Michelle of Unveiled Weddings & Events describes as “industrial decay.” Drawn to the cool aspect of the shoot’s environment, the talented team behind
After meeting through a lifelong friend of Taylor’s when they were just teenagers, Taylor finally could not resist Blake’s years of pursuit any longer, and they officially became a couple. Taylor recalls, “He proposed a couple days after we came home from our first vacation together.
There’s nothing quite like a surprise engagement. And on a romantically lit bridge, too? (Swooning, here!) Five years after this relationship began with a casual game of basketball at 17 and 18 years old, this was Abby and Preston’s sweet wedding story beginning. What's even sweeter?
The power rental items have in transforming a wedding is undeniable. From ensuring couples and guests alike are celebrating the big day in comfort to creating a heightened ambience or style, so much can be accomplished with rentals!
Lindsay and Luke’s first meeting was pretty low-key. They met at Starbucks in downtown Indianapolis on what Lindsay describes as a “balmy July evening.” She recalls, “I first noticed Luke sitting on a park bench with his sunglasses on. He stood up and asked me my name.”
We are happy to announce that Ooh La La Events was the event planner behind the gorgeous design and floral vision for the winning tablescape in WeddingDay's 2017 "Most Gorgeous Tablescape" contest—a contest that reached over 69,000 people on Facebook!
We love how sweet it is when parents play matchmaker. When Hailey met her future father-in-law at the restaurant she worked at part-time, she almost didn't give her number to him when he insisted she would be a great match for his son. But, something drove her to do so (and good thing she did!). Dustin called the very next day and, astonishingly, discovered Hailey lived only five miles down the road. The following day, Hailey went on what she describes as her “last first date, ever.”