Our neighbors to the north sure know how to concoct a beautiful love story. We often hear from brides, but when we hear from grooms, we get a little excited. When I read this groom's story of his lovely proposal, I couldn't help but fall in love with the couple. And their amazing wedding. Held at the bride's parents house, every detail was sunny and bright, creating a day filled with love and happiness these two will never forget. LachancePhoto has filled a full image gallery with all the romantic little details for us, so make sure to hop over there when you're ready for more!
From the groom ... The idea came when we organized our vacation trip in Mexico. At this time, I was looking for a while the best moment to propose to her. What a mission for somebody like me!
I was not sure if Mexico could be the moment I was waiting for. Mexico is a highly touristy destination and consequently maybe too expected for someone as unique in my heart like Mylène.
As we prepared our trip, I found that all the elements started to come together for a proposal. Our resort was fantastic and bordered the Caribbean Sea. We had scheduled great restaurants and activities. Our room was exceptional and well located in the resort. What more could I ask for?
A week before leaving, I decided to buy the ring and ask Mylène’s father for the hand of his daughter. I was already prepared for that moment. For me, it was only a matter of waiting for THE moment.
The first day in Mexico was beautiful! We went on the beach and relaxed the whole day. During the evening, Mylène and I decided to take a walk on the beach - I took the ring with me. I knew the moment was close. Nobody was on the beach during our lovely walk. After a moment, I decided to sit with Mylène to hear the sound of the sea. At this moment, and under a full moon, we were engaged.
Photography: LachancePhoto / Flowers: Pousse Verte / Event Planning & Design: The Bride / Reception Location: The Bride's Parents Farm / Invitations: Essence du Papier / Shoes: Le Château / Dress: Ami-Fer, Morilee