Megan and Scott describe meeting each other as fate because they never expected to find love through a roommate ad. At a time when they both lost hope in finding the right person to live with, Megan received an email from Scott—the two instantly clicked, became roommates, and fell in love.
On their vacation to San Diego, Scott asked Megan to go for a walk along the beach after dinner. Megan remembers Scott was walking extremely slow for some reason and Scott remembers he was so nervous trying to find the right time and place to stop and propose. Before Megan knew it Scott was down on one knee asking her to marrying him.
The Big Day
The couple’s desired rustic ambience was elegantly captured through exposed country wood décor embellished with a neat arrangement of wild flowers. In addition, the choice of venue—The Country Lodge—seamlessly blended into the rustic theme with its log house design and also transported guests to a rural haven despite its inner city location.
Incorporating personal styles was another important element for the couple, which was most clearly observed at the dessert table with distinct Hers and His cakes. Everything pretty and delicate embodied Megan, while the dark colored skull design fondant expressed Scott.
Megan and Scott both agree that locking eyes while Megan angelically walked down the aisle was their favourite moment of the day.
‘I Don’t Dance’ – Lee Brice
Advice from the Newlyweds
“Try to get all the small things done a few days before your wedding so you can really enjoy and relax the time leading up to your day. And try to take in as much as you can that day. It will go by so fast, so ensure you have a wonderful photographer so you will be able to look back on the moments you may have missed.”
Looking Forward to Most Now Being Married
As newlyweds, Megan and Scott most look forward to spending the rest of their lives together and creating new memories as husband and wife.