Tim surprised me with a helicopter into Mount Assiniboine in Canada, which is 3,618m in elevation, before dropping a knee 48 hours later.
We realised this was it on our third date – after a day at the beach we hiked to the lighthouse at sunset and knew this was something very special.
Instead, we fell in love from opposite ends of the office – a Romeo & Juliet or West Side Story vibe (minus the warring families and death at the end!).
We got to know each other, and the love grew naturally. I’m not sure there was one recognisable moment when I realised he was the one, more a series of little moments, but it was definitely early on.
A friend used to say that you could feel the electricity passing around u. I always wanted to be around Jules.
We both want to be the best versions of ourselves; this keeps us in a perpetual state of growth, both individually and as a couple, and that feeling is addictive.
We wanted to make the whole weekend feel really grand, for all of those that had never experienced a classic British wedding.
After some cheese and a game of Uno, Sarah handed Jes a box filled with photos of their adventures and beloved cats, as well as a card popping the question!
Will and I met 13 years ago in my hometown of Albany. He was on summer holidays from university, and I had just returned from travelling in Europe.
We grew up together in our 20s, making incredible memories and having fun together, so I guess it just happened over time.
I said yes under the Northern Lights, which was truly so special and one of the most exciting nights of our lives.
There was such a strong connection between us, and I remember thinking, “Wow, this is what love actually feels like!”