Surprise proposals are always so special to us, and some are uniquely distinctive in a way that makes them extra memorable. Last weekend, Scott decided to propose to his girlfriend Briana at Bernal Heights, a significant location for them since it’s right next to their home in San Francisco.
Due to the California wildfires, we didn’t have the ideal sunny day with clear blue skies that we had hoped for. But that’s the thing that made this scene stand out most for me [ read more … ]
Always a favorite for San Francisco natives and visitors alike, Lovers’s Lane in the Presidio is an easy, relaxing walk and a great place for a date. S brought R here one morning before the crowds started arriving, and they had the space nearly entirely to themselves. [ read more … ]
We met Trang & Jordan for the first time a year and a half ago at Twin Peaks, where he brought her after work for a special surprise: after a quick walk towards the lookout, Jordan got down on one knee and asked a surprised and elated Trang to marry him. Fast-forward to September 29 of this year, and the two tied the knot together at their beautiful The Winery SF wedding on Treasure Island! [ read more … ]
Proposals that are this thoughtfully planned far in advance are always such a joy to witness. Lowell had considered a couple of potential locations, and he ended up deciding to have his proposal on the Lands End Trail at a point that was relatively quiet, with a great view of the San Francisco Bay inlet and the Golden Gate Bridge. [ read more … ]
Sutro Baths is, by far, our most popular location for engagement photos. But not so much for proposals, and for good reason — logistically it’s quite a bit more complicated than other San Francisco locations, and while that’s not really an issue with normal photo shoots, surprise proposals are special in that we can’t interact with our couple and guide them.
So I was nervously excited when I talked with Brian [ read more … ]