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The Proposal Planner: Paul and Azalea

Paul made sure that Azalea was treated to an unforgettable proposal that truly represented her as an Artist, and her love and passion for painting. The evening all started when the couple happened to come across a sign for an Open House Community Art Class.  After agreeing to Paul's suggestion that they should partake in it, Azalea and Paul joined the class that was staged all for her. About 15 minutes into the class, an acoustic guitar in the distance starting playing the beautiful melody to Trains "Marry Me". One by one fellow students from the class started singing, until finally the whole class was! Azalea, humming along with the tune, still was completely unaware of what was going on or what was about to come. The group of singers then led Paul and Azalea into another room where the guitarist could be found, and that is where the magical moment unfolded. As Azalea came into the room a pianist started to play, and she was faced with a gorgeous display containing paint cans, flowers, paint brushes, and of course a mural of the city with "Will You Marry Me?" painted across. Azalea was still in shock as Paul dropped to one knee and presented her with the ring! After receiving a 'Yes' the group of singers broke out into a celebratory group dance and Paul and Azalea shared a wonderful champagne toast! Congratulations Paul and Azalea!

Will You Marry Me Canvas

Surprise Proposal

Down on One Knee

Proposal Paintings

Paul & Azalea - The Proposal from TWEED VIDEO on Vimeo.

Thanks to Daniel J Photography for the amazing photos and Tweed Video for the video.

The Proposal Planner in JCK Magazine

I was delighted to talk with the jewelry industry authorities at JCK Magazine to discuss our shared love of marriage proposals and the breakthrough industry of proposal planning. The article posted yesterday, February 13th, so if you missed it be sure to check it our here!

The Proposal Planner on CBS News

I was so honored to be interviewed for CBS News where I got to share some of my favorite tips and tricks for creating a unique Valentines Day date. The article posted today, February 13th, so if you've been putting off your Valentines day planning check it our here for a little inspiration!

The Proposal Planner: Daniel and Elena

Elena thought she and Daniel were just going to dinner, but instead what she got was a night that she would never forget. This beautiful proposal all started when the couple was asked if they wanted to watch the premier of a short film that was about to be played on a jumbo screen mounted on the side of the building.  As the video started and Elena and Daniel stood and watched, Elena soon began to realize that it was a personal slide show which consisted of pictures of the two of them. The last slide presented the words "Will You Marry Me?" and as Daniel dropped to one knee, Elena instantly burst into tears. Daniel then had one last surprise. Wanting to honor and represent Elena's passion for cooking, he presented her with a beautiful cutting board that was personally engraved with their names and engagement date. The couple concluded with a celebratory champagne toast. Congratulations Daniel and Elena!

Proposal Details

Big Screen Proposal

Down on One Knee

Engagement Ring

Will You Marry Me

Thank to Zlatko Batistich for the wonderful photos!

The Proposal Planner: Josh and Natalyia

Josh let Natalyia know almost everyday that she is the one he wants to spend the rest of his life with. He now was ready for that big moment to make it official, and there was no holding back with this one. The proposal started by teaming up with the interactive play, Sleep No More, where Josh was to pop the question at their exclusive rooftop restaurant, Gallow Green (before it was even open to the public!). Natalyia still had no idea, and believed that she was just another individual partaking in this interactive experience. When both of them finally met, they stood on the rooftop  inside an old vintage train car which was surrounded by pages of poetry written by Pabloe Neruda, one of the couple's favorite poet. After getting down on one knee and receiving a yes, the two of them were ushered away in a stunning 1932 Hupmobile to enjoy dinner at Natalyia's favorite restaurant, Daniel's. Josh surprised Natalyia further by having them enjoy dinner in the restaurant's private sky box and was served by the executive chef himself. The next day the couple was off to Greece and France and we couldn't be happier for them. The amazing couple's proposal was featured in the New York Post and on Good Morning America! Congratulations Josh and Natalyia!

New York Post

Good Morning America

Marriage Proposal Details

Down On One Knee

Romantic Marriage Proposal

Engaged Couple

Thanks to Kelly Guenther for the photos!