Jullieanne and Seol

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How We Met

We met almost six years ago at Zuzu’s in Cambridge< MA while both out enjoying music and eclectic atmosphere with friends. Jules spotted Sul from across the room, and she feels very lucky to be able to tell their children one day… it was, in fact, love at first sight. A few weeks later, they happened to end up talking outside in the rain and one sushi date later the rest, is history.

How They Asked

Two Brides, Two Proposals! Jules said yes… On their first date, Sul took her to a sushi restaurant in Brookline for good conversation, delicious food and Sapporo beer. Months later, she found out just how much Jules hates beer. They talked all night long, and decided to extend the evening with a walk. A few blocks away, up a hill and a first hand hold later they came across a local playground. Monkey bars, a few slides, giggles and learning more about each’s lives on the swings they felt a spark of something wonderful. On their forth year anniversary, Sul brought Jules back to this playground to recreate their first date and asked her to marry her with a candle and a ring. Sul said yes… One week later to celebrate their engagement, Jules took Sul on a surprise winter trip to their favorite getaway, Provincetown, MA. They checked in at a local b&b and headed out for a holiday stroll down Commercial Street for dinner and champagne toast at the Lobster Pot. Next, it was over to the harbor for a special treat… Ptown’s annual Lobster Pot holiday tree lighting ceremony, adorned with 112 real lobster traps, 120 red bows, 58 buoys and 46 plastic lobsters. At the end of the tree lighting, as families were dispersing, a guitarist walked through the crowd and over to Sul playing “Marry Me” by Train. After being serenaded, Jules asked Sul to marry her by twinkly lights and a ring.

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Special Thanks

Jordan Renzi
 | Our guitarist who walked through the crowd and over to Sul playing "Marry Me" by Train.