Daniel and Shannon met as Sophomores at Gonzaga Prep and bonded over being ‘Valley kids’. Daniel had a license and car and Shannon would frequently bug him for rides back home after track practice – which Daniel just loved, but couldn’t find a tactful way to decline. She must have grown on him though because they rolled the dice and started dating as Seniors…9 years, 2 long-haul moves, and 1 hurricane later, the rest was history
Catering- beacon hills
Dessert- sweet frostings
DJ-(lance) complete music
Day Wedding coordinator-Ricki Zipkin
Make-up- SJL makeup artistry (Samantha loessin)
Hair- Nicole parks
Ifong- photography (obvi)
Kristin and Erik met because of mutual friends, but it was not your cliché love at first site story. Erik struggled to find words when Kristin tried to force a conversation with the tall glass of water. It wasn’t until another 3 months before they met again and shared tacos and ipas. As time went on, I love you always, turned into forever, which led to forever and always. Now the two are inseparable and made it official by saying “I do” on 07-28-18.
When people ask me how Curtis and I met, I simply say “he works for my dad”. Then follows a doomful “oh.” – like they completely understand that you’re not supposed to date one of your dad’s employees.
We began like most other relationships, as just friends. We’d exchange brief hellos that led to hour long conversations when we were supposed to be working. So after talking at work for many months and unknowingly turning down multiple dates, Curtis got the courage to bluntly ask me out to dinner. Needless to say, the date went great. So great that I told him we shouldn’t see each other any more. He was, after all, my dad’s employee and that’s just asking for trouble…but there was just something about him that kept pulling me back in.
So we dated for a few months, broke the news to my dad that I had been seeing one of his guys, and the rest is history! Curtis is truly the best part of my life and I can’t wait to start our lives together.
Venue and Catering – Trezzi Farm & Winery
Videographer – Matt Green Films
Dress – Marcella’s Bridal
Makeup – Shasta Hankins
Hair – Studio Nicole / Nicole Parks
DJ – Amp’d / Billy Rask
Flowers – Special Touch Florist
Cake/Pies – White Box Pies
Wood Signs – FromHelloCo
Limo – Legacy Limousine
Caitlin and Kyle met in 1999 during their 6th grade year– when the three elementary schools in Pullman merged together for middle school. On Valentine’s Day of their 8th grade year, Kyle asked Caitlin to be his girlfriend with a bouquet of Dissmores roses and a white teddy bear. And the rest, they say, is history.
In February 2016, Kyle planned a weekend at her parent’s cabin on Coeur D’Alene lake, skiing with their friends from the Tri-Cities. On Friday evening as they were in route to the cabin, Caitlin received a message from their friends saying that they were not going to be able to make it to the cabin as a work obligation arose unexpectedly. Caitlin and Kyle decided to continue on to the cabin and make the best of the weekend. Kyle surprised Caitlin by proposing to her on their dock after a waffle breakfast and a walk in the rain with their dogs. Their friends who were supposed to be skiing with with them and helped plan the surprise arrived early afternoon to celebrate.