Joseph thought he recognized the beautiful woman in the corner chatting with friends and sipping on a red drink. He couldn’t place her, didn’t know if it was his mind playing tricks on him but he knew he had to talk to her. With the aged old line of “Do I know you from somewhere” they struck up a conversation that was both witty and charming at the same time. Meera was attracted to Joseph’s wit and southern hospitality where Joseph was over the moon with Meeras good looks and effervescent smile.
By the end of the night they exchanged phone numbers that turned their chance meeting into lifelong love. Meera and Joseph quickly realized how much they had in common from their taste for adventure, love of travel with an immersion into culture, to discussing and sometime arguing about politics and so much more. They shared an affinity for vintage cars, artesian brewed coffee and an eclectic taste of music. Through time their friendship turned to a type of love that not only united two souls but reignited the very definition of the word love.
Meera and Joseph were married in the heart of winter at the Westfields Marriott as friends, family and loved ones witnessed the union of two souls and partied long into the night.