From the future bride, Mia. A story of a proposal:
We were on a trip to San Francisco, our favorite city. We spent the morning at our favorite museum, the Legion of Honor, which sits right on a beautiful trail along the coast. After a few hours at the museum we walked the trail, looking for a secluded place to sit and eat our picnic lunch. We stumbled upon a cliff that jutted out over the bay with a gorgeous view of the city and the Golden Gate Bridge. The cliff was aptly named “Dead Man’s Point” for the number of people who had gotten a little too close to the edge while exploring. It was blocked off for safety reasons, but it was the perfect spot and we're young and dumb so we decided to risk it. The payoff was worth it! After drinking a beer and eating some sandwiches from our favorite boulangerie we walked out to the edge of the cliff to look out at the view. While we were standing out on the edge, Blake got down one knee, and proposed with the art-deco era emerald and diamond ring I had pointed out to him months earlier. Of course I said yes! It was so perfect and I wouldn’t change a thing.
The Engagement Photos, photographed at Commons Ford Ranch Metropolitan Park in Austin, Texas.