It was such an honor to speak with The Fiscal Times about marriage proposal planning. To read the whole story, check out the article in The Fiscal Times.
I was so delighted to speak with the Jewish Times to share some ideas on marriage proposal planning. and shed some light on how big proposal planning is getting! The article was posted May 8, 2014, so if you missed it, check it out here!
Sandra had no idea what was coming when Antonio surprised her with a tech savvy marriage proposal in New York City. Sandra’s love for technology was the inspiration for the multimedia presentation Antonio used to pop the question. In a hotel room overlooking Central Park three large TV monitors were wired to display a slideshow of the couples relationship. When Sandra walked in the room she was overwhelmed by the display, Antonio then handed her a large control to start the multimedia slideshow. The final slide displayed the message “Will You Marry Me”. There in the intimate hotel room Antonio presented his ring and Sandra said yes! The couple celebrated their engagement with a romantic photo shoot in central park. Congratulations Sandra and Antonio.
We were so thrilled to help Jaison plan the perfect marriage proposal for this girlfriend Ann. Jaison wanted his proposal to be a complete surprise. Being in a long distance relationship, Ann didn’t even know Jaison was going to be in town. Little did she know Jaison wasn’t the only surprise of the night. When she arrived for dinner with friends the hostess lead Ann to a private room. She was completely blown away to see not only her friends and family but Jaison standing in the middle of the room! As soon as she entered the room a pianist started playing and Jaison began singing “I Can’t Help Falling In Love” by Elvis. After his serenade Jaison dropped to one knee and proposed to Ann, she said yes! The newly engaged couple celebrated the night with a party for friends and family. Congratulations Jaison and Ann!
Thanks to Craig Warga for the beautiful photos!
George and his girlfriend Christine’s love of wine was the inspiration for their Italian style marriage proposal. The proposal started to take shape when George gave Christine a private wine tasting for Christmas. Unknown to Christine, this wine tasting would be completely orchestrated by our proposal team. The day of the proposal the couple arrived for their private wine tasting. George chose a Bordeaux theme for the tasting because of an upcoming trip the couple has planned to Bordeaux, Italy. As the tasting came to an end the Sommelier asked George and Christine to take an audio quiz on the wines they learned about. Instead of a quiz an original song that George wrote with a professional songwriter began to play. When the song came to an end George dropped to one knee and proposed to Christine. The couple celebrated their engagement with a private cooking lesson where they learned how to make an authentic Italian dessert. Congratulations George and Christine!
Thank you to Mikkel Paige for the beautiful photos!