About Us

Annie + Jon are nineteen, engaged, and passionate about a lot of things, namely: social justice, British comedy, cats, music, God, and each other.

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The Proposal

“How did he propose?” It’s one of the most common questions I’ve been asked since Jon and I announced our engagement last September.

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Our Testimony

This is a work-in-progress. Check back soon! 🙂 xx A + J

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Contact

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Our Wedding

2.11.16 – One Month On Annie Annie hadn’t got much sleep, but she had a relatively relaxing morning. The process of getting ready was a quiet and private affair. When it was time to drive to our wedding location, the chauffeur arrived in a perfectly polished, shiny blue Mustang, a beautiful vintage car with creamy […]

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A Boat Ride with Burt

We get on the boat. Annie is super excited. Neither of us have ever been on a cruise before. It’s a double-decker catamaran with plush carpets and tinted windows that overlook the bay. We go to our table and sit down next to two middle aged men, named and Andrew and Gaz, who we soon […]

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The Proposal

  Annie “How did he propose?” It’s one of the most common questions I’ve been asked since Jon and I announced our engagement last September. To be honest, I don’t know why more people just don’t ask Jon. He’s the one who planned it, after all. Jon It was the morning of our anniversary, and […]

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Seven things to do when you’re ENGAGED!

(You won’t believe number six!)   1. Plan Your Wedding While this may seem like a no-brainer, it’s something that some couples surprisingly overlook. People who don’t get this part right will have a rough time of it on the actual day of their wedding. So make a plan, set some time aside every week […]

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Our Life as a Sitcom

We’re sitting in a little Thai restaurant, empty plates on empty tables, drinking in the last few drops of the dying sun. We would’ve actually ordered something to drink, if we could get any service. Fifteen-love. Jon says, “What if our life was a sitcom?” I say, “What?” “Like, a sitcom,” he says, brows pressed […]

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