Bob & Vanessa’s Ubud Bali Surprise Proposal Photography.
Bob decided to arrange his Ubud Bali Surprise Proposal Photography. Bobby: “This is our first time in Bali, and because Vanessa loves traveling so much, I wanted to propose her when we are traveling together. I decided to proposed her at Tegalalang rice terrace because it’s so beautiful, even though we have to go early to catchup the best sunrise”
“Before leaving on this surprise proposal trip, Bobby had just one simple request, to pack a white dress. Instead, I packed the big pink prom dress you might’ve seen earlier, and so I ran out of room in my backpack. (Yes I only took one backpack for 10 days). When we got to Bali and he asked for the dress, I told him I didn’t bring one, he was like “we need to go buy one right now!” And I was just confused as to why did he even cared what I wore… he has never really told me what to wear, why now? Anyways.. we didn’t find a dress so without knowing where we were going I just wore this blouse and shorts that happened to be in my bag. Now that I know he had a master plan, I wished I would’ve listened and wore something nicer. But I never do anyways… With that, my piece of advice ladies is to just listen and go along with the ride (at least for once).”
“Bobby got creative on this Ubud Bali Surprise Proposal Photography and planned an Asia scavenger hunt where I had to find places and clues starting in Japan, then China and ending in Bali. I was secretly hoping I would find a puppy at the end of the hunt however I found a RING instead!
“The good news is that love does exist and everyone has, not just one, but multiple ‘better halfs.’ The bad news is that our chances to meet them are very very slim, and society stupid relationship rules make those odds even harder. You see, society says that you shouldn’t date someone that is too old, or too young, or someone that has never been in a relationship or that is divorced. They also tell you not to date someone unemployed, or a person who’s too busy with work. And forget about dating someone that is too big or too small, or is maybe bi, or in an open relationship. Society objectifies people in every way possible. Sometimes we like someone but we’re stupid enough and follow society’s rules instead of our heart. Our other half could be just one “hi” away, but we just don’t give them that chance because they don’t fit the cookie tray… heck I’ve seen people that do pass the hi phase, and go on one, two, 10 dates and then stop talking simply because they think/ or friends tell them that this person is not ideal. I don’t believe in perfection, but I do believe in destiny. Everyone that comes to your life is for a reason. Stop overthinking it, take advantage of this opportunity, and do whatever works for YOU. Give other people a chance, and most importantly give yourself a chance to go with the flow, to let it be, to fall in love, and leave things in the hands of destiny.”
Gusmank, (who pretended to be our tour guide) he totally fool me! He was incredible!