Visit Baltimore Wedding Giveaway Featuring An Xquisite Affair Planning Specialist

Tiffany & Kyle's wedding will be planned by Mozelle Scott-Bey of An Xquisite Affair Wedding and Event Planning.  Mozelle tells us:

"We all envision our wedding as a magical celebration of love and are enthusiastic and eager to begin planning our special day, so it is with much pleasure that we can now announce the winners of the Visit Baltimore Wedding Giveaway, Tiffany Drinnon and Kyle Haggerty. Both bride and groom would like to thank those outstanding vendors who have agreed to participate in this grand event:

Baltimore Visitor Center

Watermark Cruises featuring the fabulous Yacht "The Raven"

Chef's Expressions

Charm City Cakes

Scott-Bey Photography

Flowers & Fancies

Roshe Cosmetics

Party Plus Tents & Events

An Extraordinaire Limo

Hyatt Regency Baltimore

Wedding411

An Xquisite Affair Planning Specialist

 

Tiffany Drinnon and fiancé Kyle Haggerty began dating in 2009. He was 19 years old and she was 17. At the time, they could have never imagined anything more than a high school relationship, but nearly seven years later they've grown to be best friends and recently decided to embark on life's journey together. After just one month of being together, Tiffany was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Through a whirlwind of doctor's appointments and weeklong hospital stays Kyle remained close by her side giving her the support that she needed during this trying time. There were many moments when Tiffany believed that Kyle was burdened too heavily with all of her health issues and struggles that they were facing together.

When four years later the neurosurgeon suggested removal of the tumor their faith and strength as a couple barely faltered. They knew that they were stronger than most and Tiffany felt incredibly blessed to have this man by her side. Though they may be young to most, they've endured the struggles that many people don't see in a lifetime and they are proud to say they have come out stronger than ever. When asked how they feel about entering into this union, Tiffany simply says, "I love him to the moon and back and he loves me more than all the stars in the sky."

 

Here is Tiffany's winning story:
"My fiancé Kyle and I have been together for 6.5 years and he's become already like family to everyone. A month after we started dating (when I was just a senior in high school, he was 19) I was diagnosed with a brain tumor. He had every chance to run, but has stuck by my side every step of the way--through every appointment and unforeseen hospital trip and when I got to senior year of college and it was decided that it couldn't stay in my brain safely anymore. He sat by my hospital bed and stayed up with me when I was sick after the anesthesia. He has not once complained about my health (even though many are much worse than I) and he's always been completely caring and selfless. This kind-hearted man works so hard to give me the sun and the moon and I just wish I could give him the stars. He deserves this dream wedding and I of course cannot wait to spend my life with him. We have certainly had our shares of ups and downs (who hasn't) but what we have is special, it's long lasting and something to share with everyone. I think we deserve to have this happy and special day together."

Let the planning begin...  (we will be blogging throughout this planning process)


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