Kay-Dene Alvaree Campbell and Craig Clifton Brown met eight years ago while studying at the University of the West Indies, Mona campus.
Both were actively involved in the University and Colleges Christian Fellowship ministries where the cat and mouse game began. In fact, their friends, who saw the love before they did, will still chant mockingly, "We are just friends", as that was their claim.
That friendship marked the beginning of what was to come. They, slowly grew fond of each other, but, both being shy, did not want to scare the other away.
Throughout their relationship, Campbell felt that Craig could never surprise her. That was until Craig teamed up with family and friends and gave her the surprise of a lifetime.
Craig works as a parish administrator in Westmoreland at the Ministry of Health and Kay, a customer service representative, said their I dos in the presence of 100 of their closest family and friends at the chapel at the University of the West Indies.
The officiating ministers were Dr Stevenson Samuels and the Reverend Christine Gooden-Benguche. The love between the two was obvious in the ceremony, as the witnesses were all smiles grinning from ear to ear.
Following the ceremony, the newly-weds made their way to Talk of the Town ballroom at The Jamaica Pegasus to continue the celebration.
One of the highlights of their coming together was their first dance as husband and wife to When I said I do, under the watchful eyes of those in attendance.
Everyone had a good time, which made it the perfect start for a happy and lasting union together as husband and wife.