Pilar + Logan | Bakersfield Engagement Session

Oct 7, 2023 | Engagement

How they met?

Logan and Pilar first met while she was attending nursing school in his hometown of Danville, IL. They had known each other for a few months before they actually started dating. Their first date was around November (one month before she was set to graduate and move back home to Bakersfield). After that, Pilar knew she didn’t want to stop seeing him! And so began their year-long long distance relationship. One year later, Logan made the big move to the West coast, and the rest is history.

How he proposed?

Logan planned a trip to downtown San Diego for the two of them. They were already headed down there because they were set to run a half marathon with her family that particular weekend. They were at the rooftop bar and Pilar couldn’t help but notice how smiley he was… he then pulled out a letter and asked her if she wanted to read it there or in their room. She chose to go back and read it in the room. By the end of the letter, Pilar looked up and he was down on one knee and popped the big question. What made it even more special was being able to celebrate with her family the day after.

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