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Proposal Photography – New York City – Mark & Cory’s Upper East Side Proposal

A classic love story. A classic proposal. 

Mark and Cory met over 20 years ago while attending the same summer camp together. When they met, neither had any idea they were meeting their future spouse!

It’s something you’d expect to see in the movies. Fast forward to today.  Best friends and lovers, the pair are inseparable. Mark knew he was ready to spend the rest of his life with her. However, he wanted to not only surprise her with his proposal, but come up with something romantic and memorable. So he chose to do it in on Christmas Eve, in front of the apartment she grew up in…which is where they shared their first kiss as kids! He wasn’t done yet. He also contacted Paparazzi Proposals for our unique brand of proposal photography. With a professional photographer using a paparazzi-style telephoto lens, we were able to secretly capture all of this amazing proposal while discreetly hidden in the background.  Once she said yes, we popped out to shoot some newly-engaged couple portraits too! Click to take a look at all of the photographs from their romantic afternoon.

The moment you get engaged is a once-in-a-lifetime event that can never be recreated or duplicated. By using surprise proposal and engagement photography, you can freeze the moment in time through amazing pictures to share with friends or family. Keep our photographer a secret from your fiancee and they can make for a beautiful birthday, wedding or anniversary gift for your loved one. Click to see our full gallery of proposals here.

Ready to find out how we help plan and secretly photograph your dream proposal? Here is how we work. We are the country’s only national proposal photography and planning company. With photographers in every city across America, we are ready to help you pop the question! Contact us for a complimentary brainstorming session of locations and ideas. Still working on the ring? Check out the amazing selection of engagement rings from our friends at Robbins Brothers.