When Frank and I first chatted about his proposal plans, he mentioned wanting to do it somewhere quiet, preferably somewhere wooded since he knew his girlfriend of seven years, Rona, would appreciate it. After thinking through some options, he decided Andy Goldworthy’s Wood Line would be perfect for his surprise proposal.
When the time came, the two of them walked past us, and Frank paused to start asking the big question. Now, I like to stay far away during proposals, so I only heard a little bit of what they said — but next thing I knew, Rona had turned and ran 15 feet away from Frank and asked while pointing into his pocket, “WHAT IS THAT??” [ read more … ]
AJ & Sabrina’s sunset proposal at Battery Spencer was (of course) an incredible moment for them, and also a very exciting time for us as well. AJ had been discussing his plans with me for weeks, and I just loved how excited he was — he’d text me every couple of days, and I could see and hear his anticipation bubbling through, even though of course we had never even met. [ read more … ]
Aldo & Kim had talked about marriage and even started planning bits of their wedding together… but he needed to propose for real of course. While on a trip to our beautiful city of San Francisco, the two of them took a short trip up to the Golden Gate Bridge overlook at Battery Spencer just before dinnertime, and Kim got her perfect proposal from her now-official fiancé. [ read more … ]
While in town for the long Memorial Day weekend, Oscar had planned to surprise his girlfriend Darlene with a very beautiful ring and a marriage proposal. I really loved his setup: simple and elegant, just enough to add a bit of an accent to an already beautiful bluff overlooking Pelican Point Beach. [ read more … ]
Peyton wanted to make his first visit to San Francisco with Bianca an extra special one for them to remember for a lifetime. He didn’t originally intend for this to be a Fairmont rooftop garden proposal — originally, Peyton had planned to pop the question along the edge of the San Francisco Bay, but the weather forecast started looking worse and worse and had us looking for alternatives. Luckily, they were actually staying at the Fairmont Hotel, which was fantastic because its beautiful garden with a sweeping view of the San Francisco skyline was just a short walk from their room! [ read more … ]