Bobby & Amy's Proposal Story

Kansas City, MO
Wedding Date: May 2, 2014

 

"After months of Amy showing me vintage styled wedding rings that were either, actual one-of-a-kind antiques, far out of our budget mind you, or not made anymore, I went on a search for something with that style and quality, but in our price range. After a month of searching I thought I was out of luck. My only option would be something custom. Remembering a few of Ambrosia’s awesome jewelry designs from attending the same design school, I got in contact with her and began the custom design process.

 The original plan was to ask Amy at the end of a mission’s trip to Africa. We were booked for a nice resort style hotel in Kampala, the capital of Uganda, the last few days of the trip, which would be perfect. There was a spot overlooking all of Kampala. After two nights of coming close to asking with the ring burning a hole in my pocket, I decided…forced actually, to wait until the last day. With only a few hours left in Uganda I knew I was running out of time.

 With lunch approaching we all sat down to eat in the courtyard of the mall. I needed to get the ring out of my backpack so I excused myself to the restroom. After returning I fidgeted around with my gopro for a few minutes acting like I was just recording the time at the mall. I then swiftly handed the camera over to a friend that was with us and asked Amy to stand up. To which she replied, “No!” I then asked again and after standing up I nervously popped the questions as I knelt to one knee. And the rest is history!!!"

 Watch the YouTube video of how Bobby asked Amy to marry him.

 

   

Comments (1 Response)

27 July, 2015

Sundas

OH MY GOODNESS! I can hardly begin to thank you enoguh for the time you spent to make these pictures so perfect, and the effort you took to make everything just so! We had an amazing time watching you do what you do, and it was so much fun watching him being put into all the adorable poses you did with the cutest props and backgrounds You are seriously incredible at what you do and I cannot thank you enoguh for the pictures. We will treasure them forever!

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