On an absolutely perfect and sunny summer day in Hoboken, Jeremy had a plan to propose to his girlfriend Lindsay. In order to not draw suspicion, Jeremy told Lindsay that they were attending a work party and that they would be meeting with some friends on the pier before heading to the restaurant.
When they showed up, Jeremy had a gift bag in hand that Lindsay thought was a “congrats on the promotion” gift for his coworker. They waited on the pier and took some photos, then he handed over the gift bag, telling her it was in fact meant for her. It included a custom book of their love story, then he dropped down to one knee and asked the question. She threw her arms up over her head and yelled “of course!!”
Here’s some favorites from their Hoboken proposal!
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Is usually around this time that the bride to be realizes the plan for the day is not what she thought it was going to be, it’s much, much better!
When planning for the proposal shoot, Jeremy mentioned he would love to have the NYC skyline behind them. We discussed ahead of time where he would be and where I would be positioned so we could get the shot exactly how he’d envisioned it!
Lindsay yelled “OF COURSE!” so loud everyone on the pier could hear her!
I’m caught. Good thing she didn’t see me on the way in.
Jeremy asked me to bring some champagne for the after celebration, which they popped right on the pier. Just don’t tell the cops, pretty sure booze is frowned upon in a public park.
Seriously the most perfect weather we could have asked for, for a Hoboken proposal overlooking the city.
I think someone was a little jealous they didn’t get a ring too. You’ll just have to wait until the big day, buddy!