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    Louise & Jarrell | Engagement Session St. Stan’s Carnival in Sayerville, NJ How did we meet? In 2006 we both attended Katherine Gibbs school but for different majors. We ended up having one class together called career development. We NEVER talked, just exchanged smiles when passing each other in the halls. I found him on MYSPACE!!! And requested him as a friend. I used to drive a red Mitsubishi Eclipse that I had crashed a few years prior to meeting, but notice he drove a black one at the time. So, I used that to start a conversation. Some corny pick up line.. “I see you drive an Eclipse, I used to have the same one”… It WORKED! We started talking and he was HOOKED!! Lol. How did he propose? As tradition my family and I went to our annual Breakfast with Santa at the Jumping Brook Country Club in Colts Neck, NJ. The year before I sat on Santa’s lap and told him what I wanted for Christmas.. a beautiful engagement ring!! So, on December 6, 2015 a year later Santa called me over, sat me down and asked if I ever got that special gift? My response was […]
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    Katelyn & Nick | Engagement Session Monmouth Battlefield Park in Manalapan, NJ     How did you meet?  We met in 8th grade when we were 13. We sat next to each other in math class. We became best friends and dated throughout high school and college.   How did he propose? It was a Wednesday, one of the hottest days in August. We both had the day off and since we work so much and rarely get a day off together we decided to go into the city to have dinner and walk around. I was actually really against it, being so hot and that I am always in the city for work but he convinced me by making reservations for dinner somewhere and not telling me where. When we got to the city his directions for the restaurant location led us to central park. Neither of had actually ever been to central park before, believe it or not, so on one of the hottest days in August we walked around central park and got lost. Sweated my makeup off. We couldn’t find the restaurant and ended up on the complete opposite side of the park. To cool off […]
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