What do 2,000 red roses look like? Like this! I was so excited when Edward contacted us to plan his proposal idea. At first he was considering proposing in San Francisco, but then he decided he wanted to propose at the college they met at. University of the Pacific is where this would all go down, but what could he do to make it super special? That is where The Heart Bandits-Proposal Planners came in.
Edward and Felisa have been dating for 14 years so we first had a sign made that said “14 Years in the Making.” Next, we designed an aisle of her favorite red roses which led to an altar made of even more red roses. From the altar, we had note cards hanging which had memories Edward wanted to share with her from their relationship.
When Felisa walked down that aisle as harpists played their special song, her heart melted. Edward walked her to the end, read her the memories, and asked her to be his wife. She happily said yes!
How can you plan a special proposal like this? First, try to figure out where to propose by thinking about locations that are special to you. If you don’t have the budget for a harpist of flowers, consider bringing in a wireless speaker and using faux flowers. Be creative!
Proposal Planning: The Heart Bandits; Photography: Anna Marks Photography; Florist: Tango & Foxtrot; Sign & Cards: Steele My Heart
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