Braxton and Bri were always just good friends in high school until they discovered that they were hiding their feelings for one another.
Utah natives Taylor and Casey first met on Tinder. He promised to teach her how to ride his motorcycle if she made him supper. “I made him salmon and asparagus and I let him come to my house. I
High school sweethearts, Meghan and Stafford Tingey were married in October at the LDS Temple in Salt Lake City. Meghan shares some of her favorite wedding day moments as well as a bit of planning advice for future brides. “I used a wedding planner app to help me plan my wedding day. You can find […]
Ashley and Jeremy, who were married in the Newport Beach LDS temple, first found each other thanks to a mutual friend, a fast food restaurant, and their undergrad program. “We met at Chipotle in Orem, UT. We had a mutual friend who introduced us. I guess, Jeremy saw me and wanted my number, and the […]
Georgia and Lino —who spent their nuptials in the Bahamas—have their Utah based athletic teams, friends, and a dare to thank for their worlds colliding.”We were both from out of state when we met. I’m from Massachusetts and Lino is from California. I was here going to school at the University of Utah and on […]
Megan and Jeffrey—who recently tied the knot at San Diego’s LDS Temple—have a church group to thank for their worlds colliding.
Jaime (a plastic surgeon) and Danielle (a preschool teacher) met on a blind date. The Los Angelenos dated for seven months before Jaime popped the question over the Fourth of July weekend. He proposed to Danielle with Champagne and roses in the same spot they subsequently were married a year later.
Genevieve Supple & Todd Morgan – 4.9.16 THE COUPLE Minnesotans Genevieve (Gen) and Todd attended the same high school, but didn’t meet until college. A casual birthday drink made the courtship official, then two-and-a-half years later, Todd produced the ultimate surprise proposal to outwit Gen who eagerly anticipated the ask. The couple arrived home after a […]
University of Utah students Maggie and Spencer were longtime high school sweethearts in Philadelphia. After six years of dating (two of which were long distance), it was no surprise that Spencer proposed the week he returned to Salt Lake from his LDS Mission.
“I never wanted to look like a ‘bride’ with the big white dress. It’s just not me.”