A few years later, still smitten with the face of Annie Banks, Brad cast Kimberly in the video for his song, "I'm Gonna Miss Her." in 2011.
"He says it was love at first sight for him, and for me it was more like love at first month or two."The pair married in 2003 on the campus of Pepperdine University in Malibu, California.
Ten years earlier, as a 19-year-old aspiring musician in tiny Glen Dale, WV, he spent his first date with a local girl watching Father of the Bride, the movie in which an unknown actress named Kimberly Williams made her film debut.
By the time the sequel came out, Brad was 23, living in Nashville, and feeling miserable because that girlfriend had left him for his best friend.
Kim, 36, nods in agreement: "We just felt like all the events of our lives had come together for us to meet right when we did."The couple got together in the fall of 2001.
But Brad fell for his future wife long before he even met her.
Pretension should be completely gone in a marriage.Paisley cast Williams in his music video for ' I'm Gonna Miss Her,' and although it wasn't love at first sight for the actress, Paisley was smitten.In fact, his now-wife admits that he stalked her, but eventually, after a couple months, she fell in love too.Nine months after that, they were married — and since they attended different churches, their two pastors co-officiated.In February 2007, Kim gave birth to the couple's first child, a highly energetic boy they named William Huckleberry Paisley (called Huck for short).So when the time came to cast the music video, he thought of the girl in the movie. "Even though I didn't know if she was married, divorced, or just out of rehab."During their first phone call, they chatted with such ease that soon they were talking almost daily. "I was getting impatient."But from that first date forward, Brad made it clear that he was very interested.