Pensacola, Florida
Saturday June 23rd 2018


Drew Dittmar & Kayt Ward

Age: His: 29/ Hers: 24
Occupation: His: Business owner/Hers: Hotel front desk at Margaritaville, UWF student
Together Since: 2010

What was most memorable about your proposal?
DREW: I got to surprise Kayt by proposing during the sunset, in Cinderella’s Castle at Disney World. The look of surprise and happiness on her face was priceless and the memory of it still makes me smile. She hates the pictures because she was not prepared, but she loves the memory just as much as me.

Why do you want to have a Block Party Wedding?
DREW: Our first date was at a bar on Palafox as a matter of fact. The Block Party Wedding was such a treasure for us to find because it represents our personalities and lifestyle in a way no other wedding could, which is exactly what we have been dreaming of but never thought we would find.

If you don’t win, where and when do you plan on tying the knot?
BOTH: We keep searching for something that is a projection of our untypical tastes and personalities, but we nearly gave up on the idea that something like that exists until we found the Block Party Wedding. If we do not win, we will most likely do everything ourselves and search for an empty field somewhere to set up the image we have in our heads.

What does a typical “date night” look like for you?
BOTH: We both have too many hobbies to list, so we love doing just about anything. However, a typical night for us goes like this: “Drew, what do you want to eat?” “I don’t know. What are we doing tonight?”  “I don’t know. What do you want to do?” “I don’t know. What do you want?” After about an hour of this, pizza has been ordered and a movie has been rented.

Important reception question-Wobble, Cupid Shuffle, Electric Slide, Harlem Shake (or all of the above)?
BOTH: The Wobble.

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