When Stephanie Chalk visited her sister in Nashville for a weekend, she didn’t expect to find her other half during a game of the classic party favorite, flip cup.
During a sunny spring break in California, Jersey-born Erin Smith met Cali boy Josh Mock through a mutual friend, Eric, who Erin lovingly calls “eHarmony.”
Julie and Dustin Anderson's romance began in their freshman high school English class. Julie says it was love at first sight, but that they "remained best friends for 11 year. True love is definitely worth the wait."
While they attended different colleges, they visited each other every Thanksgiving, Christmas and spring break. In April 2010, Dustin proposed.
Celia Stephens first laid eyes on the bouncy, curly-haired Yancey Gregory in the University of South Carolina bookstore. While she can’t cop to love at first sight, fondness turned to true love over the course of several years.
Most of us get our coffee fix due to a serious need for caffeine, but Jenna Tozzolina had her eye on the barista behind the counter. While it took Jason Moncivaiz, said barista and local musician, some time before he made his move, he eventually asked Jenna out, and the rest is history!
When Amy Donovan arrived late to a wine tasting back in 2006, she was concerned about finding a place to sit. She didn’t expect to find her future husband, architect Derek Schmidt.
Studying abroad can lead to many exciting discoveries, but the last thing Amanda Coleman expected to find in Sydney, Australia, was her future husband, Ben Madonia. “We met in 2005 while studying abroad,” Amanda explains. “Our colleges back in the U.S.
For a girl who’s used to looking at red and gold saris, the idea of a beautiful white wedding dress has always enchanted me.
Jessica Sneed met Gordie Olson at the opera. The Houston Grand Opera, specifically, where they both worked. They started out as friends, but the relationship blossomed into something more. Even after they went ring shopping together, Gordie still managed to surprise Jessica with a proposal during a game of Pictionary.
Dana Birdsong didn’t have time for a headache that day. The (then) 35-year-old lobbyist and advocate for the American College of Cardiology in Washington, D.C. had a meeting on Capitol Hill she couldn’t miss.
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