Cayce French & Daniel McCullough
December 12, 2020
Cayce’s friend Courtney pegged Daniel as her perfect match and set them up on a double date. It took a few weeks for the pair to come together on their own, but it turned out Courtney’s instincts were spot-on. Two years later, Daniel scoped out the perfect place for a proposal on his family’s farm on an outcrop of rock in the middle of a field, an oasis that the McCulloughs had dubbed Rock Island. Using Cayce’s late father’s knife, which her mother had given him for Christmas, he carved the couple’s initials in a tree, marking the location where he asked Cayce for her hand. Being married in a church was important to this couple, and since COVID-19 regulations kept their big ceremony at bay, they tied the knot at Christ Church Episcopal, with an intimate celebration of friends and family immediately following at The Rutherford. Cayce works as an events and corporate development manager for Habitat for Humanity, and Daniel is a civil engineer.