Fellow senior and girlfriend Tina Trujillo was waiting in her living room with her sister, parents, and other family when Campbell arrived.

After casually walking in through the garage to meet his date, he leaned against the family's pool table and gave Trujillo a coy smile.

Her long, brown hair was curled and gathered at the back, with her floor-length, royal blue and jeweled gown matching his suit accents.

"Don't look at me like that," she said playfully to Campbell. 

Her family and his mingled near the front door of her Ahwatukee home as the couple quietly talked and laughed after he slipped on her white floral corsage with blue ribbon.

"Someone is going to have to help you with that," said her mom, Lori, when it came time for the boutonnière.

"Yeah, because I don't know how to do these," answered Trujillo. "Wait, I got this, I got this."

After pinning on Campbell's matching boutonnière, his pesky pocket square and bow tie came undone again.

The ladies all laughed as they tried to put him back together.

"It looks like someone just sneezed on it and squeezed it back in there," said Campbell as he joked about the pocket square.

Finally the couple, and both families got their cars and lead the way to dinner.

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