Once upon a time, there was a young lady named Liz, who met a young man named Nick. The two started getting to know each other and eventually started dating when Nick told Liz that he thought her claddagh ring didn’t accurately represent their relationship anymore so he asked her if he could turn her ring to signify that they were dating. She happily agreed.
How They Met
In September of 2013, in the wee hours of a Saturday morning, in a crowded dimly lit bar in downtown Denver, Ian and I met – quite literally – on the dance floor. We were brought together by our respective roommates who didn’t even get the chance to formally introduce us because we were already dancing and laughing together. We had found each other and nothing was going to stop us.
How We Met
Beth and Bryce met playing in a soccer league in Golden through a mutual friend. Unbeknownst to one another, they liked each other. One snowy night in early May, fate brought Bryce to Beth’s house. Bryce was out with a group of friends, which included their mutual friend and Beth’s roommate, and they decided to ride out the snowstorm in front of the fireplace. This was the first opportunity that the two finally had a chance to talk. They instantly clicked, and the first date was set for early the next week.
There are not many people that can say they knew their husband or wife from birth. However, Tim and I can. His mom actually has a picture of me in a baby carrier and Tim standing next to me. My dad has video of us as little kids with our siblings all playing together. We are 4 1/2 years apart so we were never in school at the same time. We reconnected 3 years ago at Purdue, where I was attending school and Tim was coming back to visit his brother. We were at a party with friends from our home town and got to talking. It felt like we didn’t stop talking the whole weekend. I even stalled as long as I could the Sunday he left, because I didn’t want him to leave. Because I had a year left at school and he lived in Nashville at the time. We decided to just stay friends and keep in touch if we could. A few days later I received a call from the local flower shop saying they had a delivery for me.
How we Met
Erik and I met in October 2013 at the RMA 20-30 Fall Gala which raises money for at-risk youth in Denver. Erik looked familiar to me (and he was really cute) so I asked him how I knew him. It turns out we both went to the University of Denver, worked in the same building, had some mutual friends, and I had sold him some raffle tickets at a charity event just a few months before! We were destined to meet.
How we Met
It all began when I graduated from Texas A&M University and took a job with an Oil and Gas Company in Denver, CO. It was our first day of new hire orientation on January 9th, 2012. To me it was freezing and I was already wondering what is a Texan doing here? I was one of the two girls in the new hire orientation with a bunch of men who thought they were hilarious. Little did I know, one would end up becoming my best friend, fiancé, and future husband.
Kevin asked me to lunch occasionally and after each lunch we grew to know each other a little bit better. Knowing few people and still trying to figure out what coat would keep me warm, we slowly started our relationship. Lunch after lunch we grew closer and I realized that Devin was a great guy and a true Colorado native. Almost knowing each other for a year, Devin took me to my first Broncos game. We had an absolute blast and ended the evening talking about life for three hours. It was then I knew that Devin was becoming my best friend and that we would make a great team together her in Colorado.
How we Met
It all started November 4th, 2013 on match.com
Looks like we have a lot in common.
Sasha says: “Scott was the first guy on match.com I ever sent a message to. The rest, as they say, is history. We had our first date on a Saturday – lunch at El Camino in the Highlands neighborhood of Denver.
How we Met
“Natalie and I met at my stepsister’s wedding in May of 2014. I live in Denver, Natalie in Indianapolis (where the wedding was held), and I had never been to Indiana prior to then, but boy was I happy to be there upon walking into the rehearsal dinner and seeing the most beautiful woman in the world. Natalie and I hit it off immediately and a month later I was back visiting her.