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2 4 S p r i n g | S u m m e r B R I D E Ages: She's 24; he's 27. Occupations: Korbyn is an analyst for an insurance company and Josh is a supervisor for a sports retail company. How they met: Korbyn's version: Josh eyed Korbyn from afar at the restaurant where she was working many times, and after deliberately sitting at one of her tables several days in a row, he finally asked for her number. Josh's version: Korbyn eyed Josh from afar at the restaurant where she was working. She was timid and shy but approached him a couple of times to make awkward conversation. Engagement story: "Josh made reservations at Ruth's Chris but we couldn't leave the house due to an ice storm. He requested that I stay upstairs for hours while he wrapped several presents inside of each other with a necklace in the smallest. I nervously smiled at him and thanked him despite the fact I'm not one to wear necklaces. Which he knew. He's always going out of his way to get a reaction out of me or make me laugh. He then got down on one knee, pulled the ring out of his pocket and asked for my hand. Without hesitation, I said, 'yes.'" Number of wedding guests: 250. Ceremony and reception: The Barn at Cedar Creek. Wedding theme: Rustic bohemian. Personal touches: Pictures of the bride and groom at each table; DIY yard games at the reception, including corn hole, ring toss, life-size Jenga and hula hoops wrapped in fabric; the bride had her seamstress sew a piece of fabric into the bottom of her dress from a blue shirt that belonged to her friend who passed away when they were 12. Entertainment: Kevin Mason (DJ KGee). First-dance song: "Like Jesus Does" by Eric Church. The day in three words: "Fast, big, beautiful." Favorite part of the day: "Ending the night as a married couple by picking up a pizza from our favorite pizza joint." One disagreement: "Our wedding budget." Really glad they: "Invested in photography and videography." Wish they would have: "Shortened our engagement time and had a smaller ceremony." Advice: "Enjoy the little things during the planning process. Throughout your day, focus more on each other and less on perfection and pleasing everyone. Things will happen that you don't plan for, but the important thing is that you find unconditional love and comfort in each other and know that you'll be married when it's all said and done." Korbyn Barry JOSH Pile & RURAL RITE 8.6.2016

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