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Radcliffe Jewelers Engaged Couple of the Month: Thy & Alex

Meet Radcliffe Couple: Thy + Alex

Radcliffe Jewelers Engaged Couple of the Month: Thy & Alex

Meet Radcliffe Couple: Thy + Alex
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Where did you meet?
We met on Tinder and had our first date at Loch Bar in Baltimore, says Thy. It was an instant connection.

Please describe the proposal.
Alex proposed at home while we were with our dogs. “It was an heirloom diamond,” Alex adds, “so Thy knew the proposal was coming for months while we shopped for bands and settings together. After we ordered the rings, I picked them up in secret and proposed at home, with the dogs as witnesses, because I couldn’t wait any longer.”

What was the first thing you did after you got engaged?
We called our families and visited my grandmother, mom, and aunt to let them know the good news. It was the same day as our friend’s baby’s 1st birthday, so we were able to share the news with everyone in person.

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Have you picked a date? Venue? Theme?
We hope to get married in May 2020, but nothing else is planned yet.

What is something you and your fiancé like to do together?
We love traveling, cooking, going to concerts/ movies, and hiking with our dogs.

Will you be taking a honeymoon? If so, where, and why did you pick that destination?
We’re thinking of doing a Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia tour; or somewhere in Europe.

What is a fun fact about you as a couple?
Our second date was at a haunted house. We love watching scary movies and going to haunted houses.


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