How Mike Proposed with a Polaroid Proposal

This is the story of how Mike proposed with a Polaroid proposal.
A few years ago, Mike recruited Leah to work at his company, but for awhile, they were just good friends.
 
But then Mike began to have feelings for his closest friend Leah, but he wanted to be sure she was the right one because dating co-workers wasn’t encouraged in their workplace. So he took a chance and reached out.
 
When he decided to propose to Leah, he went BIG. After lunch at the Loeb Boathouse in Central Park, Mike took Leah on a guided tour leading up to a castle.
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which lead to a garden with framed Polaroid photos with captions of his favorite memories with her leading up to the final Polaroid.
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He took out a pen and wrote, “will you marry me?” then turned to Leah who was standing behind the Polaroid photo and asked to marry his Chinese-Irish or “Chirish” as he affectionately calls her best friend.
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Lovely proposal planned by The Heart Bandits.
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Check out the video from McKenzie Miller Films here!
 
 
Vendors
Proposal Planning: The Heart Bandits
Floral Design: W Floral Design
  • Snow said:

    Walking in the precnese of giants here. Cool thinking all around!