We are so happy to announce My Sweet Engagement‘s new partnership with His Perfect Proposal! From now on, they will send to our blog amazing proposals featured on their instagram ( @hisperfectproposal); and by the way, if you don’t know them yet, you should definitely take a look and follow to see all the romantic proposals they feature! 🙂
Our first proposal happened in Orange County, California.
“Alexandra and Matt have been dating for 7 years. She went to an all girls high school and he went to an all boys high school. Alexandra was obsessed with Matt ever since freshman year & landed a date with him the week after graduation!
The two experienced life and college together from age 17 to 24. They even bought their first home together and one night after work, they were meeting at their house to “unpack” everything. Little did she know, there would be no unpacking that night. Alexandra opened the front door to find Matt on his knee with flowers everywhere! She had no idea what was going on and just thought he was being romantic. As she approached him, camera shutters began going off. Matt had hired a photographer to capture everything.
Alexandra told us she does not remember anything from that moment on, but they were engaged!”
– His Perfect Proposal
They got married in September 2015, in Del Mar, California.
The bride’s words:
“When people ask us how we would describe our wedding day, the only word that comes to our head is magical. I know that it sounds so cliché, but it literally was the best day of our lives. Everything was absolutely perfect. Literally. Our venue was tri-level and we wanted every level to be an experience for our guests.
We had a harpist playing during our ceremony. A guitarist/vocalist during our cocktail. A band and violinist during our dinner. And a DJ during dancing. Our venue was a dream – we got married on the roof overlooking the ocean. The sunset that night was BREATH TAKING.”
Congratulations Alexandra and Matt! We wish these two a married life as magical as their proposal and wedding day!