Mike was mega excited for his proposal to his girlfriend Linda. Well, I mean, obviously — would wouldn’t be? But he was so anxious and so ready for this moment that to prepare, he actually visited the Marin Headlands area not once, but several times, in order to find just the right spot. And he did! He found a perfect, little-known place with a fantastic view of the Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco [ read more … ]
Aditya’s proposal to Labdhi was to set be on the oceanside, on a little ledge with a picture-perfect view of the Golden Gate Bridge. He had arranged quite a bit in advance for 30ish of their friends & family to hide in the nooks and crannies of the trails down below the spot where he would ask his girlfriend to be his forever. Even though the proposal wasn’t a total shock — she had known he was going to pop the question sooner or later — I think Labdhi was still quite surprised at the flower petals leading to the spot, the “Labdhi will you marry me” wooden signs decorated with flowers, and of course, the crowd that came out of the bushes to congratulate them afterwards.
Congrats to Aditya & Labdhi on their most beautifully foggy San Francisco proposal!
COVID-19 has really put a hamper on going out and on travel in particular, but love doesn’t stop and love doesn’t wait. Last week, Michael brought Lexus down to this perfect Golden Gate Bridge vantage point to surprise her with the question. But before they made their way there, he smoothly got Lexus to hop on a video call so that her family could see it happen. In a true reflection of the times, in these photos below you’ll see them both wearing masks during the proposal, and Lexus holding her phone for the video call. One of my favorite things about this proposal, by the way, is how the mask covers Lexus’s face, but her emotion and joy have no trouble shining right through it. [ read more … ]
Dom & Mae said their vows and tied the knot earlier this month with a tiny elopement. And in the midst of this global pandemic, the logistics were actually quite difficult! There was almost no place in the Bay Area to have a ceremony, so they went down to Santa Cruz. Although coronavirus-related restrictions kept me from documenting the ceremony itself, I’m so glad I got the opportunity to meet up with them afterwards for some outdoor elopement portraits in San Francisco and create these memories of their wedding day. Check out a few of the photos below!
Andrew had a lot of sneaking around to do in order to keep this all a surprise — the day before proposing to his girlfriend Christina, he picked up the ring, drove out to ask for her parents’ permission, and even came by to drop off some champagne for us to bring along for them to celebrate after the proposal. It then all came together on a beautiful day, when the two of them went out for a stroll together along a trail in San Francisco, ending at this Golden Gate Bridge lookout where he popped the question and she (very excitedly) said yes. [ read more … ]