Surprise Proposal in Falls Park

Surprise Proposal in Falls Park

Adam convinced his girlfriend, Lauren, to go for a stroll in the park in the morning, and he had something entirely different planned.  “Oh, see those ducks?  Let’s get a closer look,” was the line he used to get her to walk down toward the Reedy River where Kristina and I (David) were “hiding out” waiting for Adam to make his move.

Lauren had a permanent smile on her face, almost in a trance, when Adam turned to her and began his proposal.  The funny part for us was that Lauren was so focused on Adam that it was several minutes before she finally noticed Kristina and me taking pictures. “Where in the world did you come from?” she asked wiping away all the happy tears.  Then, to add to the surprise, Lauren looked up at the Liberty Bridge to see Adam’s family watching from above.  What a great way to start the weekend!

Adam takes Lauren to the Reedy River Falls to propose guy gets down on one knee with a ring Adam opens the ring box to show Lauren the diamond Adam puts the ring on Lauren's finger Just engaged in front of the waterfall in Falls Park on the Reedy River Lauren wouldn't stop smiling after Adam put the ring on her finger. Adam's family watched the proposal from the top of the Liberty Bridge everyone was excited to see the ring and congratulate the engaged couplefamily photo after engagement proposalAdam and Lauren engaged in Falls Park hands with engagement ring engaged couple on Liberty Bridge holding hands engagement ring black and white engagement photo

David & Kristina are wedding photographers based in Greenville, SC.

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