Inspired engagements that will make you want to say 'Yes!'
MASS AUDUBON’S DRUMLIN FARM
Eliza Meyer and David Meyer
cellist, clinical psychologist
Eliza recalls: The top of the drumlin at Drumlin Farm in Lincoln is one of my favorite spots. The first time I took David to visit, we hiked to the same boulder I climbed on as a little girl at day camp. Dave surprised me by pulling out his grandmother’s engagement ring and asking me to marry him.
TOP OF THE HUB
Brendan Stewart and Natalie Bergeron
co-owners, Symbol Photography
Natalie recalls: I was with friends at Top of the Hub when we noticed a helicopter hovering. After a few moments of shock, I realized that Brendan was in the passenger seat! He was holding a sign that said: “NATALIE, MARRY ME?” The restaurant manager gave me a sign that read “YES” on one side and “NO” on the other. I took it and held that “YES’’ up high!
Dianne Reyes-Brynildsen and Scott Brynildsen
community relations coordinator, aerospace research engineer
Dianne recalls: There’s a legend at Wellesley College that if you walk around Lake Waban with a man three times, you’ll spend the rest of your lives together. During my senior year, my boyfriend, Scott, was visiting. We were walking around the lake when he suggested we take a picture. He propped his camera up, set the timer, then ran back to join me. Instead of standing next to me, he dropped to his knee and asked me to marry him.