Mon. Jan 27th, 2020

A couple tied the knot Friday in the place they first met 27 years earlier: at the Dunkin’ Donuts in Massachusetts.Valerie Sneade and Jason Roy met back in 1992 over coffee, but things didn’t quite work out back then. Roy pledged his love to Sneade over a French vanilla coffee, but Sneade admits she said all the wrong things that day. Both Sneade and Roy married other people, got divorced and 25 years later, they reconnected at a theatrical performance.”With no regret for lost time, Valerie and Jason have chosen the same location to get it right,” Jim Rice, who officiated Friday’s wedding ceremony said. “Dreams really do come true, even if it takes decades.”Fast-forward to 27 years later, and Sneade and Roy exchanged wedding vows at the same Dunkin’ location in front of approximately 50 family members and friends who gathered over coffee and donuts.Roy was visibly tearful as his wife-to-be Sneade sung part of the song “Marry Me” as part of her vows just before she and Roy were pronounced man and wife.The Dunkin’ location remained open for business Friday afternoon as the wedding vows were exchanged.

WORCESTER, Mass. —

A couple tied the knot Friday in the place they first met 27 years earlier: at the Dunkin’ Donuts in Massachusetts.

Valerie Sneade and Jason Roy met back in 1992 over coffee, but things didn’t quite work out back then.

Roy pledged his love to Sneade over a French vanilla coffee, but Sneade admits she said all the wrong things that day.

Both Sneade and Roy married other people, got divorced and 25 years later, they reconnected at a theatrical performance.

“With no regret for lost time, Valerie and Jason have chosen the same location to get it right,” Jim Rice, who officiated Friday’s wedding ceremony said. “Dreams really do come true, even if it takes decades.”

Dunkin Donuts wedding vows

Fast-forward to 27 years later, and Sneade and Roy exchanged wedding vows at the same Dunkin’ location in front of approximately 50 family members and friends who gathered over coffee and donuts.

Roy was visibly tearful as his wife-to-be Sneade sung part of the song “Marry Me” as part of her vows just before she and Roy were pronounced man and wife.

The Dunkin’ location remained open for business Friday afternoon as the wedding vows were exchanged.









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