Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for being our guest!
We are excited to see you in September!
Now at last they were beginning Chapter One of The Great Story no one else on earth has ever read, which goes on forever, in which every chapter is better than the one before.
It was ACTUALLY love at first sight!
We both were working for the same company, just in different locations, but on October 31st, 2015, Nick got sent to my location. Holy Hannah did I try way too hard at flirting. He continued to come back to my location and he would bring me coffee, donuts, sushi! We didn’t go to work anymore to go to work, we went just to see each other! My flirting worked because here we are almost 8 years later :)
Nick planned a vacation for the two of us to go to Nashville Tennessee, all on his own may I add!
The second day we were there we had plans to go to the Ryman Auditorium, which was where Johnny Cash met June and if you know us, we love them… very much! So after going through the museum and learning the history, we were invited to take a picture on stage. As it approached our turn, I ran right up on stage, fixing my hair, simply not paying attention. I heard the photographer gasp and start clicking away with her camera. As I turn I see Nick, on his knees, shaking, tearing up as he says “ I love you, Will you marry me? “ I was in shock!! The only thing I could think of is ripping off my old promise ring and putting on my new dream wedding ring!! So I may have forgotten to say yes.. at first!! The crowd in the auditorium cheered and as we looked out to them I swear we saw hundreds of people.
We are both nervous nellys when it comes to big crowds so we scooted off the stage. As we were walking out someone in the crowd yelled “Did she say yes??”
And I whipped around to look at Nick and said “Omg!!! Yes!!”.
The next day we went to Luke Bryans bar to celebrate. Of course I had to tell the live band we had just gotten engaged, I wanted to tell everyone and anyone!
The band announced to the whole bar about our engagement and dedicated “Die a Happy Man” by Thomas Rhett to us while we danced infront of everyone.
After our dance we went back to our seats at the bar and the bartender told us the drinks we had just ordered were paid for by the couple next to us. After thanking them many times, the couple told us they were on vacation celebrating their 30th anniversary. That’s a memory we’ll never forget!