Amanda and Seang met in high school, although they didn't hit it off until five years after graduation. They'd been together for four years when Seang proposed. "I knew a proposal was coming at some point," Amanda said. "On Valentine's Day I thought he would pop the question but that day came and went."
When Ryan took Sarah to Turner Hall, she had no idea her life was about to change. After all, Ryan is a restoration contractor and when he said he had to check on some interior damage in the space due to the summer rains, Sarah expected nothing out of the ordinary. So when she walked inside to see rose petals scattered on the floor and turned around to see Ryan on one knee, her heart melted as she said "yes."
I'm going to go ahead and assume that many brides-to-be have seen the movie Dirty Dancing (maybe even a handful of their grooms have too!). After all, who isn't a sucker for classic love stories? While couple Tiara and Torie were amidst a dreamy, romantic setting, in an open field next to Relics in Mequon, they decided to reenact the famous lift from Dirty Dancing, as a part of their engagement photos.
A Walgreens bag containing orange juice, cough drops and Sudafed proved to Julie, who had a bad cold, that her UW-Madison classmate Kweku was a super-sweet guy. Years later, on Julie’s birthday, Kweku gave her another Walgreens bag. This time, the Sudafed was missing, and in its place, an engagement ring.
“When you know, you know.” It’s how so many couples, including Emily and Jerad, sum up their love story. The Milwaukee pair had been friends for several years before they started dating in 2010. “At that point, we had built a great friendship and everything else came so easily and naturally for us,” says Emily. […]