In September 2013, Francisco (Damien) contacted us, interested in purchasing a diamond from us to set into a setting he had already purchased. Katie worked him and helped him to select a 1.12 G VS2 Brian Gavin Signature hearts and arrows diamond. He then sent in the setting and we set the diamond here for him.
The Proposal went so much better than initially planned!.. It was an amazing and emotional moment for the both of us.
I Proposed to Monica on Sunday at Point Lobos which is a gorgeous State Reserve along California's Coast Line. I choose Point Lobos because it has a deep meaning to Monica and I. We went on a casual hike and walked to a favorite spot of ours which has a great vista of the rocky coastline and Pacific Ocean. There we stopped to take in the view and while she was distracted with a pair of binoculars, I quickly set up my camera's tripod around ear level and placed a small speaker which was connected to my ipod… I hit play and with our song in the background I proposed.
The timing couldn't have been better because at that same moment another couple was walking by, and one was a photographer. They captured the moment from a distance, giving us our privacy, and got some great shots. We are forever grateful for their kindness. I have attached a few of the photos they emailed us.
Monica absolutely loves the Ring… she cannot stop commenting on the uniqueness of the setting and the amazing light performance the diamond gives off.
Thank you again for all your assistance! Best Regards, Francisco
PS. It sounds like Monica will be contacting you in the future in regards to my wedding band. 🙂
Sure enough Monica contacted us for his band and selected a Platinum Sawyer men's wedding band by Sholdt. A truly magnificent piece!!
They decided to use the hearts pattern of their beautiful diamond as their monogram!! Images are below in the gallery:
Just wanted to give you a quick look at our wedding day. Once we have our photos from our photography we can send some better shots. Our theme was hearts and arrows based off my diamond. We incorporated it as a monogram; it worked perfectly. Monica