Jonathan got in touch with me about his proposal plans about a month ago, and he had a whole plan and vision for how things would play out. The setting was to be Ample Hills Creamery, his beloved’s favorite spot for delicious local-made ice cream (and I can confirm, it is irresistably good stuff!). He had spoken to their events coordinator about his idea and they agreed to let him book the space for a breif window that afternoon so he could have the staff float balloons and pop some confetti after he popped the question. Everything went off without a hitch– I arrived early and nabbed a nice seat with a view to the counter where they’d be standing when he proposed. The team at Ample Hills gave out buy-one-get-one cards to those who were inside when it was time to clear the space, and a fellow pretended to wash the windows outside and turned away any other potential customers until Jonathan and Amanda arrived. They were right on time– they approached the counter and were offered a taste of a “new flavor” and asked if they’d like to suggest a name for it. Amanda thought about it and made a suggestion. Then Jonathan said, “I’ve got a better idea,” and he turned her to him and got down on one knee… she was so delighted! Balloons spelling “YES” were released over the counter and a sign with congratulations to the couple was brought out. I explained that Jonathan had hired me to take photos and that we could walk to the High Line for some more ‘just engaged’ portraits and that’s just what we did. Along the way Amanda and Jonathan made a few quick calls to share their happy news with family. I was honored and delighted to capture this special moment in their lives. Congratulations to Jonathan and Amanda!
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