Surrounded by the sea, Mexico is the perfect getaway for lovers. When you look at the dreamy beach of Riviera Maya in Quintana Roo, Mexico, you can’t help but fall in love with its beauty. This is the very reason why Bri and Tori decided to elope in this picturesque location.
Bri and Tori met on a hot September night in 2015. It was Bri’s birthday, and she was out celebrating with friends.
“Since it was my birthday, I agreed to go when I normally wouldn’t. We were walking and drinking and having tons of laughs when I spotted this sexy police officer leaning on the hood of her patrol car. I had a little liquor courage and decided to walk over and start a conversation with her.”
That conversation was the beginning of their exhilarating relationship. At first, they were Facebook friends, but that slowly changed over the course of a year.
“We decided to start dating in July 2016 because throughout our friendship, we got along so well and had a lot of similar interests. We both loved traveling, spending time together with family and friends.”
In January 2019, Tori popped the question. She planned a surprise engagement party at a luxury hotel and invited family and friends.
Bri & Tori
“I’m very hard to surprise, and Tori knew that I always wanted our engagement to be totally unexpected, and it most definitely was!!”
The loving couple planned to marry with a big wedding ceremony in Mexico. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, they decided to change their plans and elope in San Francisco. As the day approached, San Francisco’s City Hall shut down due to the pandemic. They ultimately decided to elope in an intimate, beachfront ceremony in Mexico.
“Overall, in our opinion, the key to a happy, successful marriage is mutual respect and unconditional love. If you respect one another, you will think twice before hurting the other or saying/doing anything that would hurt your spouse.”
If there was ever a couple that exemplified elegance, strength, and beauty, it is Bri and Tori. Here at Black Gay Weddings, we wish them many years of happiness and wedded bliss.