Our love story has always begun and continues to run on extraordinary timing. We met originally in school, both sitting at the only left hand desks in the room. Slowly, our conversations grew longer as well as time spent together. In the Fall of 2012, our timing couldn’t have been more perfect as we both were taking classes at Washington State University, and living a cozy life of cheap college food and dates. When I attended nursing school up north, Daniel got a job an hour away to keep close. When Daniel accepted his first police officer position, I packed up my scrubs and stethoscope, and we moved to Pullman, the little town we had first met in. Both our jobs leave us on the night shift, playing board games and grocery shopping at 3AM. He is the best part of my life and I adore our every adventure together. We share the same sense of humor and delight in raising our beloved little cat, Phoebe. Though our timing may be set to a different tune throughout our lifetime, I will always be grateful for every second of every day that we have together.
February 13, 2017
January 5, 2017
August 24, 2016
June 1, 2016
When Willie I met we were both working full time. Me, Megan, a nurse- working odd shifts, and Willie, a survival instructor spending a lot of time in the field. Getting out with friends was hard but meeting new people and potential dates seemed to be impossible. We both found ourselves on a dating website to see if we would have better luck. I came across Willie’s profile where the only comment he wrote, besides the usual body type, likes/dislikes, profession etc., read “I find clumsy girls endearing”. The moment I read this I knew I needed to meet him. We decided to meet at The Elk where I talked non-stop thanks to the nerves while Willie smiled and listened. We had so much in common, our sense of humor, passion for living life to the fullest, laid back personalities and especially our love for our friends and family.
Days, weeks and months went by and the pieces began to fall into place. Friends approved enthusiastically, families adored; our lives seemed to come together with ease.
After about two years of dating Willie proposed to me in our living room with the help of our, then-two-month-old, puppy, Rue. It was a crisp, bright October morning. We were on the couch drinking coffee. Willie asked me if I would adjust Rue’s collar, telling me “it seemed tight?” I, not being a morning person and only a few sips into my cup of coffee, rolled my eyes and mumbled under my breath, “Why can’t you do it?” I grumpily unhooked her collar and the ring fell right into my hand. He got down on one knee, in the dog bed, and proposed. I said yes. It was perfect.
May 10, 2016
Ceremony: Gonzaga Prep
Reception: Gonzaga Prep
Food: Catered For You
Cake: Becky’s grandmother’s family recipe made by her aunt (Chris Holley-Starling)
Music: The Rub
Rentals: Event Rents
Dress: Sherri Hill
Makeup: Makeup by Evelyn Mauro
Hair: Missy at Studio Capelli
Grooms Suit: JoS. A. Bank
May 6, 2016
April 29, 2016
Tayler and I met a few summers ago. He was a friend of a friend that came to my parent’s lake place for the day. We didn’t interact a whole lot that night as I had to work the next morning and left early. Though not even a few days later he sent me a message on Facebook quizzing me about restaurants he’d like to visit but wanted my opinion (Real smooth!) We exchanged numbers a few days after that and then he began asking about a first date! I say began, because I wasn’t totally jumping on the idea and it took several weeks before we “found” a day that worked for the both of us. After that first date, I couldn’t believe that I had ever put him off. Tayler is the most lovable, understanding and magnetic man that I have ever encountered.
Fast forward a year and half I had a tripped planned to meet my parents in Maui for a week vacation. Tayler wasn’t able to go because of work, or so I thought! One of the days we planned to go snuba over at Molokini. It was an excursion that little did I know, kept me away from my phone and busy for most of the day. When we returned to the condo, my dad went to check out a local dive shop to see about taking a dive the very next day. I was told to be ready for dinner fairly early so that when my dad returned we could leave. He returned and about 10 minutes later and so did Tayler, on our patio, down on one knee. It’s been the best day of my life thus far and every day with him is sweeter than the last.
I can’t wait to see what the future holds for us!
November 5, 2015
Brian and Jessica believe destiny (or a mutual need of adult beverages) brought them together. Jessica was living in Puyallup, WA for a year finishing school, and Brian had lived in the area most of his life. They met on October 5, 2015 at Cheers Bar & Grill. Jessica mustered up the courage to make the first move and they ended up talking and laughing the night away, not knowing they would be inseparable from that day on. When Jessica graduated college, she moved back to her hometown of Spokane, WA. Brian made a huge sacrifice and left everything he knew to be with the woman he loved. Today, she works in her family’s business and he works at a machine shop as a welder/fabricator.
In March 2015, the two decided to hit the beaches of Hawaii for some much needed RnR. Jessica had no idea, but Brian was secretly scheming. There, on the beach surrounded by the gorgeous sunset, Brian proposed while friends stood by taking photos and videos. It couldn’t have been a more perfect proposal and kickoff to their vacation.
The couple dreams of travelling the world together someday. Their ultimate dream is to grow old together at a home in the countryside with room for all of their animals and hobbies.