The bride and groom met at the College of Charleston in a theatre class and began dating. Almost five years later, Chris and Angela decided they wanted to build a house together. Even though the engagement ring was missing, Angela was financially minded and wanted to pursue the house anyway. Chris, being a hopeless romantic, had other plans in motion. For months, Angela and Chris designed and planned their dream home. Finally, they closed on the home and as they slowly made their way through their new home, Chris dropped to one knee and said “Will you marry me?” The wedding took place in Bald Head Island at the Bald Head Country Club. Guests had a weekend full of golf, tennis, birthday celebrations for the groom and many parties. Angela and Chris celebrated with 100 of their closest family and friends, with some flying in all the way from Greece. A six-piece band played and everyone danced under chandeliers hanging from an outdoor tent. Angela and Christopher live in Murrells Inlet.