When I sent out Levi and Courtney’s questionnaire, one of the first questions Levi was to answer was “What was the first thing you noticed about Courtney? Why do you think it was the first thing you noticed?” and Levi said “Her smile. Every time I went up to talk to her I was able to get her to smile even if she was having a bad day.”
“I can’t wait to see where life takes us. We are so supportive of one another and we’re constantly working as a team as well as on ourselves, so I feel like we already have a great foundation that is only going to get stronger!”
Erin and Jonathan officially met 8 years ago through mutual friends at a party, but it wasn’t until 2017 that their paths crossed again and they realized just how right they were for each other.
They wanted something different; the first mobile bar in Maine that was not a horse box or airstream – something modern with a rustic edge that could fit in with any wedding aesthetic.
“I knew I wanted to marry him 18 or so months into our relationship. I remember asking him for a promise ring for our second Christmas together. I think then was when I realized I could spend the rest of my life with Zach. The ring never happened because we were (are) broke college students, but he wrote me a beautiful letter professing his love to me, and that was more special than a piece of jewelry.”
“The air was warm, and we just stood there holding hands for a bit. As he went in to hug me, I knew something was up – his heart was beating out of his chest. Just as I went to ask him if he was okay (the nurse in me), he got down on one knee, and read me the most beautiful handwritten note about how he wanted to spend the rest of his life with me. He popped the question and put the ring of my dreams on my finger. How could I ever say no?”
They met in college. Both on the same track team, Rachael threw hammer and Luc ran distance; but Rachael didn’t just throw hammer though. She was a record breaking machine. Luc caught her eyeing him at a track meet in Boston, and introduced himself the next day.
You deserve to feel seen. You deserve to do something for yourself that kicks your confidence up a notch and leaves you feeling worthy and realized; and on top of that, one day you will be gone, and photographs will be the only way for future generations to see you.
The first thing I ask the two of you is for you to share with me how you met, and to tell your proposal story. This is usually where everyone warms up a bit, and conversation flows more easily!