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Desiray & Micheal Posch - Spring Photo Contest Winners

How they met: Mike and I met via a mutual acquaintance. A coworker of mine had just moved to the area and didn’t really know anyone. She was planning to attend a work party with her husband at a local pub but didn’t want to go alone, so she asked me and another coworker if we would join her. I had been to that pub a million times and didn’t expect to meet anyone let alone my future husband. The night went fine, I had a pretty good time, but it was nothing to write home about. However, about 10 minutes before the group was moving to a different location and I decided to go home, Mike appeared through the crowd after overhearing that I was looking for someone to take a tequila shot with. I had chatted with him earlier in the night and he seemed nice, so I accepted. We spent the last few minutes talking and exchanging numbers.

We texted for a couple of weeks before we met up due to his schedule. He had just finished an overnight shift and decided that he couldn’t wait to hang out any longer. We met at a friend’s private beach just south of PAX River naval air station at 8am and hung out the entire day. We walked along the Bay collecting sea glass, shark’s teeth and really got to know each other.

The Best Part: The best part of our wedding day was bringing our friends and family together to celebrate our love. It’s hard to explain, but when you’re in love with someone, you think that you’re the only one who can feel that love. You’re not sure if everyone else gets it because they’re not “in it.” We felt it that day from everyone. It was magnified 1000%. I’ve had a ton of birthdays at this point in my life. A ton of days that have celebrated me, but there’s nothing like your wedding day and the love you feel. It’s crazy.

Special People: The boys who walked me down the aisle in my dad’s absence are from a family I nannied for many years. The twins, Jonathan and Justin were 14 at the time of the wedding. Their older brother Jordan, 18, flew home from college to be a part of our day. I felt it fitting to include them, along with their dad (the officiant) because I often joke that before my husband, the Campbell boys were the only men in my life. It was quite a long walk from the venue to the gazebo, so I had the twins walk me halfway before giving me to their older brother who officially gave me away to Mike.

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Photographer: Reid Silverman

Food: Bailey’s Catering

Location: Olde Breton Inn

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