I was searching for a wedding venue in Chicago that was affordable, close to where I live, and had a good selection of seats.
My fiancé and I decided to find a venue in Nashville because it was close to the University of Tennessee, so it was the closest venue.
When we arrived in Nashville, the venue was empty and the crowd was sparse.
It didn’t take long to realize that the venue wasn’t the best one for a date.
We were expecting a small group and, although the venue looked small, the seating was limited to one person.
When I saw that my fiancé wanted to go ahead with his wedding, I said, “Sure, I’ll see what I can do.”
The next day, he texted me, “I need to get my wedding venue set up for the reception.
I’m afraid it’ll take too long.”
I was thrilled to hear that my venue was in good shape and that it was on the budget.
I asked if it would be possible to book a private event and if I could make it happen in a short amount of time.
The reception was scheduled for the weekend of January 13.
When he arrived for his ceremony, he was surprised that I had booked him for my reception.
When my fiancée saw me at the reception, she immediately hugged me and said,