DENVER -- Lexxa Kever and Trevor Bazley did the impossible: They extracted romance from an accounting class.
The newlyweds met in 2013 during their first accounting class while working toward Master of Business Administration degrees at the University of Denver. Running late, Kever rushed to sit in the first empty chair she saw, unknowingly plopping down next to her future husband.
The rest of their love story, they say, is history. No history courses were involved, but the couple couldn’t shake that accounting class.
The amphitheater-style configuration. The wood-lined whiteboards at the front of the room. The bright windows.
Room 300 in DU’s Daniels College of Business served as more than a repository for financial know-how to Kever and Bazley. It was their intro class to the foundations of love.
The classroom just had to be their wedding venue, Kever said.
On a recent Saturday, Bazley and Kever aced the assignment, tying the knot in Room 300 surrounded by their loved ones.
“A lot of people might not have the option to go back to where they first met each other and recreate that moment, so it’s really special to be able to spend the time remembering that moment and what life was like and how good and fulfilling life is now,” Kever said in an interview a few days before their wedding.
“A meeting of past and future”
For Bazley, the wedding venue was a meeting of past and future.
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