Will & Bailey’s wedding was beautiful. I was so excited to be apart of it. Will and Bailey met on a blind date. But not their own. I will let Bailey tell the story.
“I taught at Olive Branch Middle School for my first year of teaching. I went in not knowing anything or much about the school system. My first day at work I met Caitlin Hoggard, one of my bridesmaids, who was teaching across the hall from me. We had the same lunch time so we ate together most days. About a week into school she asked if I was dating anyone because if not, she had someone in mind. I didn’t know much about Caitlin at the time, but I figured I’d say yes and give the guy a try! Well, a big group of people (people I didn’t know at the time mind you) went on a group date the following Saturday night and I met the guy Caitlin introduced me to. (It wasn’t Will.) We ate at Three Guys Pizzas and Pies in Southaven. We sat down to eat, and I kept asking Caitlin why this guy that I wasn’t on a date with, Will, kept looking at me because he was on a date with another girl! I thought Will was being rude to his date by looking at me. Well, a little later on in the night I realized Will was set up on a blind date too and didn’t know the girl hardly at all. So.. needless to say Will and I decided we were more interested in each other than our dates at the time.”
He who finds a wife finds a good thing
and obtains favor from the Lord.
Catering: Corky’s BBQ
Dress: Low’s Bridal