Category Archives: Love Stories (Engagements)

Pasadena Engagement: Scott loves Sonia

Sonia and her best friend Lily wanted to go to see Martin Garrix in Las Vegas. Lily’s husband did not want them going alone, yet he did not want to be the only guy on the trip, so he asked his friend Scott to join them.

Sonia feared that the trip would turn into an unwanted, “double date weekend, ”  with someone she had just met, but Scott was super respectful and friendly. Sonia enjoyed every moment along his side and was happy when the next weekend Lily texted her that Scott had asked her permission to hang out with her. Her number was given and the texting began.

Their first date would be at Tony’s on the pier in Redondo Beach. They talked and laughed and began falling in love, but at her brother’s wedding Sonia would still introduce him as her friend. The following day, Scott officially asked her out ending forever the “just friends,” introduction.

For Sonia and Scott the weekends, were special because Scott traveled for work. Every Sunday, he would leave and an entire week would pass before they would get to see each other again. Distance makes the heart grow fonder and Sonia knew she was in love.

For Scott, the love story had unknowingly started long before Vegas. He actually remembered meeting Sonia before. He had sat across from Sonia and her date at his friend’s graduation. He had no clue then, but the girl he had noticed at the party and the girl he had fun a the concert was the one he would ask to be his wife.

Asking Sonia to marry him, would not be the difficult part. It would be asking Sonia’s mother for their blessing. She was not responding to text messages or phone calls. One hour before he proposed, Scott got the blessing. They were in San Diego. After breakfast, they walked along the water. The day was beautiful. It had rained the entire night the day before. They stopped to look at a fountain in Water Front Park. There he told Sonia how much he loved her, how happy he was to be with her and out of nowhere pulled out a beautiful ring. Sonia was so caught off guard that she buried her face in his chest and just kept repeating, “No, No, No” because she couldn’t believe it. Scott smiled because he knew what she meant, but still asked her, “So you’re saying, ‘no,’?” Sonia immediately looked at him and said, “Yes. Of course,” and gave him the biggest hug. “Then put this ring on before I drop it!” Sonia did and like always…. they both laughed.

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Pasadena City Hall Engagement: Ian loves Karina

They had a mutual friend on Facebook. He commented. She clicked on his profile and friends they became. That was it. No chatting. No messaging. Just Facebook Friends. Then Ian posted a picture of himself in a suit. Karina told him that he looked cute. Suddenly, she had his attention. The messaging began. They would meet in Vegas. Karina was on her way back to the room when Ian said he was in the lobby. Karina rushed down, hugged him and began talking and being her usually hyper self. Ian was quiet and shy, but at the end of the night he asked her out. Their first date would be at Tantalum restaurant. Ian was so respectful. He opened doors, pulled out chairs and this time talked a little more. Karina knew then she wanted him always in her life. She was falling in love. For Ian, loving Karina was natural. They had been dating three months when he told Karina that his brother in law was a pastor and that he would marry them. Karina thought he was joking, but smiled at the idea of marrying him. It would be a year and a half later when Ian made sure Karina’s family and friends would be at the same restaurant where they once had their first date. He even showed up the day before to assure that they were seated on the opposite side of the restaurant. As they walked to the Marina to board a boat for a cruise, they noticed a singer and a photographer. Karina figured it was a photoshoot. She had no clue they were friends of Ian. They chatted with them and the singer sang her a song. The singer asked her if she liked surprises. Ian told her he had a surprise for her. She thought he would start singing, but instead Ian got down one knee as the photographer took pictures. Karina said, “Yes,” and then heard her family cheer from the balcony of the restaurant. They were engaged.

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Maternity Engagement Session: Richard loves Natasha

The most beautiful love stories are where friends fell in love. For Richard and Natasha it was exactly that. They met through their fraternity and sorority and quickly became best friends who hung out all the time. They would both graduate before they realized that the feelings of friendship were so much more. Now, proof of their love is on the way. They are expecting a baby boy named Noel.

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Malibu Engagement: Stephen loves Emily

Stephen noticed Emily long before she ever noticed him. He was intent on asking her out. So since their freshman year in high school he did, but Emily said, “No.” Stephen tried again and again. It was not until their Senior year of high school that Emily agreed to a date.

Their first date would be to Starbucks. They talked hung out and Stephen continued to fall in love. On Valentines Day, they made their relationship official and they shared their first kiss. Stephen never held back how he felt. He told Emily that he loved her that very day.

Emily on the other hand wasn’t really considering it a serious relationship, but it didn’t take long before she saw how blessed she was to have Stephen. She loved how much his relationship with God influenced his life. He was funny and treated her so well. He was selfless and encouraged Emily to do what she wanted. He was an incredible musician who played various instruments. And even though he was not into art, he would go to art museums with Emily and listen to her excitedly babble about paintings.

 Since Stephen knew Emily loved art, it would be in the Getty Villa Museum where he would propose. There among the art pieces from the Greek and Roman Era he asked Emily to be his forever. This time, he did not have to ask three times. This time Emily said, “Yes,” the first time he asked.

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Exposition Park Los Angeles Engagement: Marcus loves Trisha

Marcus swiped right on Patricia’s picture. What was supposed to be a “Tinder,” meet up was not. Patricia was still technically living in Seattle. So they messaged for a couple of weeks until Patricia moved back in November. Once again meeting each other got delayed, because now Marcus was working crazy hours. Finally, on the Tuesday before Christmas Eve, they met. They did not know it then, but Tuesday before Christmas Eve would always be considered their anniversary.

They met at LA Live and had dinner at the Yard House. It would not be until their third date when they shared a kiss. Trisha had won at bowling at Lucky Strike. (Marcus accused her of cheating.) Since she was already winning, she celebrated victory at Rosa Mexicano with pomegranate margaritas and moved in for their first kiss. Seeing each other was difficult. They lived on opposite sides of LA county. This by Southern California standards is considered a long distance relationship. But after every date, Marcus would take Tricia all the way home to her parent’s house, so she would not have to take the bus or train back by herself. Tricia knew she was loved and moved closer to him.

For her 30th birthday, they went to Jamaica. The trip was delayed by a hurricane, but nothing was going to delay the plans that Marcus had. After a night swim in the Luminous Lagoon in Jamaica, where the bacteria in the lagoon lights up and hovers around you, Patricia only wanted a shower, to order room service and relax. Marcus insisted on taking a picture. There she was at the edge of the bed with wet hair when Marcus got down on one knee and asked the big question! Trisha said, “Yes,” to forever .

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  • Cynthia - Great pictures! Can’t wait for the wedding!ReplyCancel

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