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Our Love Story

Marcell and Bry have a unique story: They met in Scottsdale, Arizona at a nightclub. Expectedly, neither one of them was there looking for love. If Bry told the story she’d jokingly say Marcell fell in love at first sight. The moment he caught a glimpse of her he couldn’t stop smiling. His smile went from ear to ear. That night he met many women, but none compared to Bry. “She looked like a Goddess in the presence of sinners,” says Marcell. Yet, being a sinner he took his chances to greet who would become his soon-to-be wife. 

As time went by they became inseparable. Bry was able to pick up the broken glass of trust that was dropped from her previous toxic relationship. Marcell became her cornerstone. In addition to being able to trust again, she was taught what unconditional love meant. She found a man that cares for her and her son. 

Moving in together before marriage is against traditional standards, but they went against the status quo anyway. They believe living together was the stepping stone of their relationship because it helped them learn more about each other as well as who they are as individuals.  “Moving in with Bry and Melo taught me the characteristics of a man”, says Marcell. It helped him become a better version of himself. Bry and her family would agree that Marcell has helped her become a better version of herself as well. 

Like most relationships, the conversation of marriage came up. At the beginning of their relationship, they both knew that marriage was the end goal. For a while, Marcell knew Bry was the one. He delayed proposing to Bry because of the financial hardships he was facing at the time. Through the hardships, Bry stuck around and reminded him how much that she’s going to be around for better or worse. Her love was the inspiration he needed to get them from the valley of hardships to the peak of abundance. 

October 31st, 2020 he gathered his loved ones. He gained the courage to ask the second-most important question of his relationship:

 

Will You Marry Me

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Our Love Story

Marcell and Bry have a unique story: They met in Scottsdale, Arizona at a nightclub. Expectedly, neither one of them was there looking for love. If Bry told the story she’d jokingly say Marcell fell in love at first sight. The moment he caught a glimpse of her he couldn’t stop smiling. His smile went from ear to ear. That night he met many women, but none compared to Bry. “She looked like a Goddess in the presence of sinners,” says Marcell. Yet, being a sinner he took his chances to greet who would become his soon-to-be wife. 

As time went by they became inseparable. Bry was able to pick up the broken glass of trust that was dropped from her previous toxic relationship. Marcell became her cornerstone. In addition to being able to trust again, she was taught what unconditional love meant. She found a man that cares for her and her son. 

Moving in together before marriage is against traditional standards, but they went against the status quo anyway. They believe living together was the stepping stone of their relationship because it helped them learn more about each other as well as who they are as individuals.  “Moving in with Bry and Melo taught me the characteristics of a man”, says Marcell. It helped him become a better version of himself. Bry and her family would agree that Marcell has helped her become a better version of herself as well. 

Like most relationships, the conversation of marriage came up. At the beginning of their relationship, they both knew that marriage was the end goal. For a while, Marcell knew Bry was the one. He delayed proposing to Bry because of the financial hardships he was facing at the time. Through the hardships, Bry stuck around and reminded him how much that she’s going to be around for better or worse. Her love was the inspiration he needed to get them from the valley of hardships to the peak of abundance. 

October 31st, 2020 he gathered his loved ones. He gained the courage to ask the second-most important question of his relationship:

 

Will You Marry Me