Everson Griffen’s wife Tiffany Brandt married him shortly after she gave birth to their second son. I believe the nuptials occurred in early March since Everson was calling her his wife at that time. At first, I was very confused about the sequence of events that led up to the wedding since they had their son of about two years walking down the aisle to deliver the ring, but that was their first son and not their second, who is named Greyson.
Per usual, I watched the wedding montage video, and it only got unbearably precious in parts, no thanks to Everson talking to Tiffany in the cutesiest of couple voices. It was very odd because there was this weird “turn around and see your bride” moment where Everson clearly has his line rehearsed: “oh my god you look beautiful” comes out of his mouth before he even really can focus on her. Don’t listen to a hater like me, though; I’ve seen way too many of these wedding videos to stay sane. Besides, Tiffany did, in fact, look beautiful. Everson Griffen’s wife met him a bar, and I say hallelujah that this still happens. None of that high school or college sweetheart business– go out and meet your future wife in a bar like a real man! According to their closest friends, each of them was telling their friends that they would marry the other within hours of meeting. Sounds like they were ready to settle down.
I get the impression that Everson is a genuinely warm and sweet fella’. Everson Griffen’s wife is now a full-time mom and proud of it. The two of them have a religious faith and charming positive outlook type of vibe about them. They also take part in community outreach programs such as “Go Big Not Hungry,” a program that, you guessed it, feeds kids in need. That’s always the way these programs are named: you get a catchy expression that conveys the purpose of the whole thing. Speaking of catchy expressions: Everson’s Twitter activity is pretty lively. Tiffany’s father sent Everson a special tweet right after their wedding, and he follows the man’s constant stream of retweets about himself and the Vikings organization.