Ten Thousand Club
Dawson"It just started," I whispered kissing her forehead again, laughing when Amelia emerged from her hiding spot behind the bar with the camera. After letting her take all her shots, I let go of Isabel, grinning at the two best friend's embrace. "Stay right there, "Opening the door that led onto the terrace, I revealed the rest of our dinner guests that would be joining us for the night. The entourage included all her family and close friends, plus my parents who all came to congratulate the bride-to-be.
"Let's eat, I'm still starving," I joked as everyone took their seats at the tables out on the rooftop. It was chilly for a November night but the lit torches kept our venue for the night toasty.
This is the start of forever. I thought as we made our way around the tables to greet everyone individually. I can't wait until you're my wife.
I was over the moon for Isabel and Dawson. I knew how much Dawson wanted her to say yes this time and how long Isabel dreamed of this moment. She talked about it long before either of us realized Dawson would be the one to make her proposal dreams come true. Watching the moment through the viewfinder, it was difficult for me not get emotional, but I was afraid if I let it get the best of me, it would ruin the shots, so I did my best to keep my emotions at bay, and treated this like it was a regular assignment.
Once Isabel said yes, I made my way around the bar and went to congratulate and hug both of them. It was a privilege to be witness to this moment. The whole scene Dawson put together was beautiful, he outdid himself.
Once the crowd was let in, I giggled as they all catapulted toward the couple but my daughter ran toward me. Picking her up, I left kisses all over her face. "Hi, love! You look so pretty in your dress." Looking up at Jayden I smirked, eyeing him in his gray suit. "You look handsome, but I still don't think I would dig it every day if you ever became a detective," I whispered before I greeted him with a soft kiss. Taking his hand, I followed him to the table lined in gray table cloths and candles as centerpieces.
"Everything is so pretty," I whispered before the dinner began, following the newly engaged couple around the room with my eyes, I grinned when Jayden's voice pulled me back to our table. "Our best friends are finally getting married."