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This afternoon I have a real treat for you! I received an email last week from soon to be groom Patrick telling me all about a video he had made by Shutter Life of the story behind his wedding proposal to his now to be wife Kimberly.
I was intrigued so I watched the full 9 minute video and I have to tell you I was blubbing away like a baby all the way through it!
If there are any men reading this then THIS is the way to propose, SO much thought, time, effort and love has gone into this it would put most wedding proposal stories to shame!
So stop what you’re doing and take 9 minutes out of your busy lives to watch this amazing film and share in this gorgeous couples love for each other. It’s moments like this that make us remember that Love really does make the world go round!
A few words from shutter Life productions about the making of the film. ‘Let me start by saying what a blessing it has been to get to know these two lovebirds, Patrick and Kimberly. Their love and proposal are what so many girls dream of their whole life. We were so privileged to be a part of their moment in time that changed the rest of their lives. We met Patrick through one of our past lovely brides, Leah Hauck, and were excited right from the start! Leah told me a little bit of what Patrick had planned, and I was so thrilled for Kimberly. We had been talking to Patrick for a while before the proposal, and were anticipating it almost as much as he was. It was so evident how much he adores his precious soon-to-be bride and we couldn’t be happier for them. My favorite memory from before the proposal was listening to Nathan on the phone with Patrick talking him through what will happen on the big day. It was so cool to hear Nate give him comfort and advice to prep him for how it might feel. Nothing could have really prepared him for that day, and that is the day that we want to share with you.’
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