- Years old:
- Where am I from:
- I can speak:
- English, Polish
- Body type:
- My body type is athletic
- In my spare time I love:
- Driving a car
- I like piercing:
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Paul and I arranged for me to secretly sneak into their room and setup a romantic end to the night. I died. Then he got down on one knee, pulled out his handwritten notes, and popped the question.
It was so much fun to plan this special evening for them! Here is the story of the most recent one we did together.
Paul, Musician and Talent Manager, contacted us to help him plan his proposal weekend in Fredericksburg about 2 months prior to the date. The Proposal. Contact myself or Lori Blythe Photography about setting up a unique proposal surprise in Fredericksburg, Texas! I was so excited. After I setup the million candles and flowers that day, Lori arrived and we waited expectantly.
He wanted so badly to completely surprise her when he popped the question. I recently started planning proposals with one of my favorite photographers and close friends Lori Blythe.
Paul picked the park story because he really wanted to propose in a gazebo. I mean glowing.
Ha ha! He set up fake phone calls and s to stage the meeting with this friend of his. The day was here.
Andrea, his girlfriend and DA in Houston, as you might guess, would not be fooled easily. He told her that he wanted to meet up with a friend of his in Fredericksburg, so why not spend the weekend there! When we walked up to introduce ourselves they were both glowing. I totally recommend proposal photos over engagement photos.
Their faces were covered in tears. They put it on the calendar. And she said yes!
He said she loved everything! Insert high pitched giggles and girlish squeals here.
I scattered candle lit luminaries and rose petals throughout the room. Lori did a great job on the photos! After the proposal, the crying and the photos, they headed off to dinner. They are soooo genuine. How stinking adorable.
Paul was secretly sending us s with updates on timing and such. They walked up to the gazebo and talked for a bit, he told her the candles and flowers were for her.
We were sitting in a nearby car watching when he pulled up. Lots of hugging and sweet words. So many important moments lead up to it… the first date, the first kiss, meeting the parents, surviving the first fight… I think most of us have already decided long before he pops the question, that we will marry him.