alexametrics.com

Ruth + Christian | Boston, Massachusetts | Curtis Farm Outdoor Weddings & Events, Curtis Farm Road, Wilton, NH - Love Stories TV

July
30
2017
Ruth & Christian

NEXT
VIDEO
NEXT VIDEO  

They met 6 years ago in an Enterprise Rent-a-Car outside the airport the day after Ruth’s birthday. Ruth forgot her driver’s license in Canada, so Christian could not rent her the car, but he used that as an opportunity to get her number to follow up later. His boss made him a bet, if she would take him out to dinner he could take the next day off. With that added bonus, he gave her a call.

Their first date lasted 6 hours and spanned several bars in downtown Boston. But because Ruth only took him out to a drink (or several) he still had to go into work the next day. Fun fact (and some foreshadowing): That night, as Christian was walking Ruth back to her car they saw a huge line of people in the mall waiting for a video game release. He suggested it would be fun to pretend to propose to her in front of everyone. She agreed and they got “fake” engaged that night.

After Ruth’s work assignment was up, she headed back to Canada but they kept in touch. When her father passed away a couple weeks later, Christian dropped everything and drove up to support her and be with her family. It was from that point on that their relationship deepened, and they constantly made the journey from Canada to Boston to see each other.

The weekend they got engaged they went away to Vermont. He cooked her favorite food for dinner, crab legs, and they laid out on blankets underneath the stars. As Ruth turned to pour herself a glass of champagne, she thought to herself, “If there was a perfect night to propose this would be it” and as she turned around, he had a ring box open for her to see. She then said what she refers to as “The strongest yes she has ever said.”

Wedding Team
Wedding Vibe
July
30
2017
Ruth & Christian

NEXT
VIDEO
NEXT VIDEO  

They met 6 years ago in an Enterprise Rent-a-Car outside the airport the day after Ruth’s birthday. Ruth forgot her driver’s license in Canada, so Christian could not rent her the car, but he used that as an opportunity to get her number to follow up later. His boss made him a bet, if she would take him out to dinner he could take the next day off. With that added bonus, he gave her a call.

Their first date lasted 6 hours and spanned several bars in downtown Boston. But because Ruth only took him out to a drink (or several) he still had to go into work the next day. Fun fact (and some foreshadowing): That night, as Christian was walking Ruth back to her car they saw a huge line of people in the mall waiting for a video game release. He suggested it would be fun to pretend to propose to her in front of everyone. She agreed and they got “fake” engaged that night.

After Ruth’s work assignment was up, she headed back to Canada but they kept in touch. When her father passed away a couple weeks later, Christian dropped everything and drove up to support her and be with her family. It was from that point on that their relationship deepened, and they constantly made the journey from Canada to Boston to see each other.

The weekend they got engaged they went away to Vermont. He cooked her favorite food for dinner, crab legs, and they laid out on blankets underneath the stars. As Ruth turned to pour herself a glass of champagne, she thought to herself, “If there was a perfect night to propose this would be it” and as she turned around, he had a ring box open for her to see. She then said what she refers to as “The strongest yes she has ever said.”

Wedding Team
Wedding Vibe