All weddings are special, and the joining of 2 families is always something to celebrate, but gaining a husband AND a new son is double the goodness. Casey's story is so sweet. Here's a snippet:
I would have to say the most exciting/touching part of my wedding was the actual proposal! Greg and Peyton both got down on one knee, and Peyton said “Ms. Casey, will you marry us?” Who could say “No” to that???
Watch our blog for updates and pictures of their upcoming wedding. We truly have come to love these two families.
Megan Smith - a lady after my own heart. She has a love for unique styles and desires a beautiful wedding with aspects unlike anyone else's. I've had an absolute blast with the planning process so far. One thing I really enjoy about her is her humility. You can read her engagement story below, and her words were "it's nothing special." As I read it, my first thought was, "it's ABSOLUTELY special!". There are few things more sacred than a "forever union" between two people who were each other's "first loves." God joined them from the beginning and kept them together for the long haul. Read below for a snippet of her story and an adorable pic of her flower girls!!
"David and I grew up going to church together. He was my first boyfriend (I was 16, he was 18). We parted ways when I went to college, but reconnected a few years later as "friends." We eventually decided to give dating another try, and I'm so glad that we did! We have been together 3 years now are excited to be getting married this November at The Ivy in Flowood. David and I looked at rings around Christmas time, but two months went by and I still had no ring.. I was beginning to wonder if he had changed his mind! One night after dinner, we were walking up to the door at my house and David said "hey… I bought you something." (He is always buying me little happys so I didn't really think this was anything out of the ordinary.) I turned around and he was holding the ring. It was really simple, but it was so sweet and so something that he would do!" (from Megan)