Back in the spring of 2011, during a riveting “Moral Issues & the Arts of Humanities” course at Michigan State University, Kate sat four rows behind Matt. She had never met him but she knew his name. A girl in Kate’s group was friends with Matt’s sister and tried on several occasions to set the two on a blind date. Kate thought blind dates were weird.
During the last part of the semester, they both ended up at the same concert. They liked the same music. Kate realized they might be a match after all.
On the last day of the semester, after taking the final exam, Kate finally made a move and added Matt on Facebook. They talked — she thought he was nice, he thought she was the girl of his dreams, and so the next night she invited him over for a Cinco de Mayo party. Two months later they were officially dating.
Two years later, on their two-year anniversary, Matt created an elaborate plan to ask Kate to marry him. He enlisted the help of his two friends, Josh and Gabe, and created the greatest wedding proposal website ever made.
She said yes! And then ordered $85 lobster in celebration at the top of the Hancock Building, much to his dismay.
And now, Matt and Kate invite you to join them on their wedding day, August 15, 2014, as they celebrate spending the rest of their lives together.View Proposal