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Amy and Tiffany's wedding

Amy and Tiffany met playing ball hockey about 2 and a half years ago. They have been inseparable every since.

The proposal was a joint effort . Amy proposed with pucks on the ice that spelled out MARRY ME!

Tiffany proposed with a beautiful wooden ring box and a love letter.

These two love birds love playing sports and just relaxing together when possible. Two of the most laid back and down to earth people I have ever had the pleasure of meeting.

Tiffany shared that Amy is one of the best people she has ever met and when meeting her she never had any intention of dating her, but she fell hard after she got to know Amy.

Amy shared that Tiffany uses a lot of hot sauce like it's going out of style! Just a fun fact for you! :)

Amy and Tiff decided to do two things which caught my attention and absolutely loved! They both wore dresses and they also decided to do the first look. Amy waited outside the hotel for Tiffany to creep up beside her and then this happened.

They had the best bridal party and at the end of the night, one of the bridesmaids came up to me and said that she felt I should be in the party too! I was so touched because they really made me feel like one of the girls .

Now this isn't your traditional ceremony you guys! This was going on be on the ice and I have to admit I was a bit scared! I was terrified of falling but Amy and Tiff went out and bought me some ice grip things to put on. They really looked out for my safety here :)

They both skated out with their dads while the guests sat up in the seats. It was beautiful!!!

After the ceremony, I took a few on the ice with just the couple. Tiffany wiped out a couple times but it was just hysterical. she took it like a champ and Amy of course helped her up :) That is what marriage is right?

I am so happy I got to be a part of these beautiful couples wedding and in the process making two friends!

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