Phuong and Christopher met in college through a mutual friend and have been inseparable ever since. Flash forward to 2020, when Christopher popped the question to Phuong on New Year’s Eve.
Katie and Garrett’s story began when Katie’s parents moved to Pearland, TX. As fate would have it, Katie moved into the house behind Garrett in middle school, ultimately leading to dating in high school and staying together while attending Texas A&M. Katie told her family that she would marry him only weeks into dating Garrett.
Ashley and Ronak celebrated their love with a bloom-filled Indian fusion wedding at the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa. Inspired by Indian traditions, a live dhol player, colorful Indian attire and cultural Indian wedding rituals, their wedding was nothing short of spectacular.
Emily and Blake met in college through mutual friends. Both being college athletes at separate schools, the couple would alternate from season to season to see each other. Blake went to the University of Texas, where he played baseball, while Emily played volleyball at the University of Tulsa. After a delayed trip due to Covid in May of 2020, Blake was eager to pop the question to Emily. To Emily’s surprise, Blake planned an intimate and beautiful engagement at the park, where he brought in sand to make it feel as if they were on the tropical shores of Mexico.
Lauren and Josh met the way many modern-day couples do (and are shy to admit): Tinder. She traveled up to Tennessee to tour a college, and they matched. She was hesitant to re-enter the dating scene, but his classic pickup line, “Do you like fishing? Because you’re Lauren me in,” warmed her heart – and as they say, the rest was history.