Proposal | Sapphire Point Overlook | Winter Engagement | Dillon, CO
We Love the Raw Emotion of Proposals
What a woman does with her hands when getting proposed to is a good indication of her reaction. Almost instinctively women when getting proposed to women put their hands over their mouth or up by their head. It might be because they are going to scream in joy as some have done. The longer the hands are up the more likely tears are to flow. For Javier and Joanna I think it was because of the surprise coupled with the excitement. Tears of joy did flow. The reality was she was surprised and didn’t see it coming. So much of the keeping it a surprise comes down to the guy being himself and doing things that seem natural for her. He had been tossing around a number of ideas for the trip in Breckenridge. One idea was a hot air balloon ride which would have been great till you would need to visit the hospital for exposure treatment. Despite it being a more ideal day with temperatures around 60 in the mountains and 70s in the city it was good that they opted for snowmobiling. Conditions seemed a little more like it would be slush-mobiling but keeping warm is never something to complain about. Sapphire Point had much of the snow melted. The bowl overlooking the mountains still have a couple feet in it but overall things had been melting. He proposed down by the overlook. Just after the proposal some dogs came up photobombing the end of the proposal. We took some pictures out on the rocks, in the trees, and in the bowl. The ring definitely showed up due to its size. It is a beautiful set of rocks with one big diamond in the middle that communicates clearly that ‘she is taken’. Congrats to you both. We hope your four legged furry kids get invited to your wedding.
You can see more proposals here and read about how we do proposals on our engagement proposals page. If you like what you see here and are considering using this location here are some of the other shoots we have done at Sapphire Point.