A very meme-inspired proposal. I recently did an engagement session for this wonderful couple and this photo was a last minute idea we threw together.
Maybe you two weren't married by the File-Sharing Church, but I'm pretty sure the internet brought you closer together!
As a graduate student, I spend probably a little too much time procrastinating online. As a result, I'm relatively up-to-date on memes. Although my partner finds only a handful of the memes I share with him funny, the "X grab my Y" meme was one that always got a chuckle. So, a few weeks before our wedding I contacted one of the artists from the original drawing and asked her if she would be willing to do a reframe with us as the characters! Angie totally came through and I slipped a printout
Hy husband and I have always been Cheezburger fans! We used, "Nom" as kind-of-secret, "I love you" for three years before our wedding day. The engraving on his ring was a secret (that is, he knew it was engraved just didn't know with what). As we were pronounced husband and wife, we left the alter, and he read the engraving. I thought he was going nuts, laughing hysterically down the aisle with me! He looked at me and said, "Nom." That's when I knew he had finally read it. Good thing he didn't r