"I'm going to marry him," Megan said the first time she saw a photo of Michael.
Keon was determined to make it happen on her birthday. So he knelt. "After all of these years, you are the only person I want to be with. Will you marry me?" he asked.
Brandi Everett and James Chaplin met at church.
They are on the hunt for sponsors large and small, pledging to turn their marriage into a (one hopes) once-in-lifetime marketing opportunity for the right company.
They met as children. Love came later.
Shawn McQuaide and Kyle Christy were married Aug. 27, 2017, in Gibbsboro.
They knelt for a prayer, read their own vows, and symbolized their new life together by pouring sand into a shadow box engraved with their names and dates - coral sand for her, white for him.
In the wine ceremony, white represented the bride; red represented the groom. They poured both into a single glass and sipped.
When she said yes, she held out the wrong hand for the ring.
Nicole Goldsmith and Struan Kerr-Liddell.
A contest on WIP spurred the engagement of two Philly sports fans. Eagles defensive end Brandon Graham became ordained to perform their ceremony.
They were mutually mortified by the setup.
"I promised that as well as growing old together, we would grow together."