When it came time to decide where to do their engagement photos, Rachael & Briley knew the perfect spot. The spot where their story started, and they have shared so many moments along the way. Let’s go to the movie theater!
Their first movie together was a friend outing to see one of the 82 Twilight movies that were made. They were not a couple at the time, but it’s fitting that their story began watching two people also on their journey towards eternal love.
Fast forward a couple years (and hopefully improved taste in movies), Briley started to take notice of Rachael. She worked at UT Tyler gym and he was working out “2-3 times per day”. (That’s what she said.) I’m thinking part of him wanted to get swole and the other part of him wanted to get noticed; he figured the getting swole would help the getting noticed. That’s what us dudes call a win-win.
A few months ago, they went back to their theater to see another movie. They arrived a bit late and it was already dark and they ended up sitting on the front row. Because they had not had a chance to eat, Rachael began stuffing her face with popcorn. Commercials were pre-rolling and when the commercials ended, a video came on telling their story together and ending with “will you marry me?”
Then the lights came up and the theater started cheering and when Rachael turned to look, she saw that Briley had invited their friends and family to be there. They all went out to eat and Rachael never got to finish her popcorn. The end.
These two both have such a tender spirit and personality to them. I LOVED Rachael’s big giant laughs.
Rachael said she is so attracted to how committed Briley is to his faith. She “loves that he is a leader and knows that will give them a strong foundation in our marriage.”
Briley said that at first he thought that Rachael was just like a “super-basic, white girl”.
Full stop. He said that. Swoon.
Once he got to know her, he realized she is “goofy as all get out” and she has been surprising him ever since.
“Body and soul, I am marvelously made!” I think Briley would agree.
Thank you guys for spending your morning with me. Can’t wait for your super-basic, white girl wedding.