Amidst all the mix of emotions from the people around us, the one thing I felt for certain throughout the night was love; love from my fiancé, from my family, and from people who were genuinely happy for us.

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The attached picture with the signed page by Frank was our first snapshot, and it is one that perfectly captures the night’s sentiments.

For as long as we both live, there is simply no way for us to ever thank all the members involved enough.

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I was never really nervous during the days leading up to the proposal, simply anxious to see the look on my beautiful fiancé’s face.

We felt like “rock stars” during the nights festivities.