This Woman Asked Twitter To Help Her Find A Wedding Date, But She Didn’t Realize He Would Be The Love Of Her Life

The woman who asked Twitter for a wedding date and her date, who she would later marry
Twitter / @MaddieJo_13

Usually when I talk to dudes on social media, I don’t expect it to become the love story of the century. But sometimes fate works in funny ways, like for this woman who took to the Internet to find a wedding date.

Two years ago, Madison O’Neill asked Twitter for a wedding date, and it did not disappoint.

Twitter / @MaddieJo_13

One of her followers, who she knew from high school, did what any true Prince Charming would do — he slid into her DMs.

Twitter / @MaddieJo_13

Here’s a photo of them at the wedding.

Twitter / @MaddieJo_13

And here’s the photo of him proposing to her last week, two years after the wedding.

Twitter / @MaddieJo_13

All together now: AWWWWW.

Madison tweeted the photos with the caption, “crazy how things work out.” And, well, she’s not wrong. We’re in love with this crazy love story.

https://twitter.com/melissariver14/status/915410655003512833

https://twitter.com/NotJacobWard/status/915566004616310784

https://twitter.com/xoxodes__/status/915502179171135488

But also it’s even crazier because even though the couple knew who each other was before the wedding, they didn’t exactly get along…

Basically, if Madison hadn’t taken a chance and asked the Internet for a date, she never would have fallen in love with her future husband. Not that he didn’t take any chances, too.

Next time I’m invited to a wedding, I’m going to Twitter first. Thought Catalog Logo Mark

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