Technically, Kate and Ross met in college back in 2003 in upstate New York, and then simultaneously lived in NYC, before both ending up in Boston in 2010. Never — and yet always — together. The proverbial missed connection, seven years in the making, was finally laid to rest when Kate saw Ross on the street in Boston in the fall of 2010 — their offices were just two blocks apart. An “innocent” drinks invitation and then a well-timed soiree that Kate and her best friend put on to link up their friends ended in love for the hostess herself. A short three months later, the two moved into a new home together and made it official at Kate’s parents' New Hampshire farm in August 2013. Both born from families of “doers”, the couple and their loving supporters worked tirelessly to create every detail of the intimate affair. From hand-crafted chandeliers, to guest “survival" boxes, to the patchwork quilts adorning every bed in the tents that guests camped out in after dancing to the jukebox in the barn all night.
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