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Daniel & HannahBeth | A Notebook Proposal

February 18, 2016

  1. ilana says:

    absolutely stunning story x wow cousin just wanna say a massive mazaltov to you x im blown away and you brought tears to my eyes x

  2. Hannah says:

    Amazing! What a guy he is! Beautifully captured. I hope they both have many years of happiness x

  3. Sandra Hoff says:

    I don’t know you but the sentiments her made me cry from the my heart and soul. To say it was so romantic would be such an understatement. In the years to come HannahBeth, if a time should ever come when you have children and one is sick and your cleaning up chuck in the middle if the night, and life just happens not in your favor, or you are just having a bad day, look back and remember this day and read one of those 365 love letters. You have a soul mate beyond soul mates. God has truly blessed you both. I wish you both a lifetime of happiness together.

  4. Katie says:

    Wow!!! That’s the sweetest proposal I’ve seen yet!! That’s an amazing man right there! Congratulations to the couple and great job to the photographer! The photos are amazing!

  5. Anoushka says:

    Absolutely beautiful. Wishing you guys a lifetime of happiness … Beyond gorgeous. ❤️✨❤️

  6. Caryol says:

    Omg i am still crying for your happiness!! You two willhave a magical great life together! God bless and keep you safe always!!

  7. Candice says:

    Sheer joy at such beautiful young love, wishing you both a lifetime of health and happiness together forever x

  8. Robin Krofta says:

    Daniel you are an amazing and thoughtful young man to have planned all of this you can see the love you feel for Hannah-Beth in each and every photo. Best of Luck to you both for a wonderful life together. You couldn’t have selected a more lovelier city. Charleston born and raised!

  9. Sharon Shaw says:

    My son-in-law now fell in love my daughter when she was in 9 the grade. They became friends, close friends. He fell in love with her then but she only considered him as a friend. She moved to NYC to go to musical theatre school. During high school he wrote over 100 poems and two songs which was recorded. After she left for NYC he wrote her a letter every day for a year. This was before the Notebook had been made. They finally got together and he proposed on a dinner cruise on the captain’s deck right in front of the Statue of Liberty. Since they bothed loved musical theatre, their wedding theme was old Hollywood. They had they’re save the date pictures made in front of the Rivera theatre with the marquee saying,”making the movies jealous”, and their names, place and date. Their invitations looked like film strip. So cool. Cake, etc followed in with the theme. A engagement proposal and wedding to remember for a lifetime. P.S. my daughter and I tried to see the Notebook house but it said private drive. Do you have to make reservations or rent it out?

    • Taylor says:

      Wow, Sharon! That’s amazing! I love hearing sweet, sweet proposals like this :) I love what they wrote on the marquee too! And yes, the Notebook home is private. The only reason he was able to rent it out was because Cypress Gardens, the more accessible location from the movie, had flooded and was closed indefinitely. But the home is closed off to the public!

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