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Man Spends 3 Years Proposing To His Girlfriend Via Love Letters, She Never Notices It Until One Day
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Man Spends 3 Years Proposing To His Girlfriend Via Love Letters, She Never Notices It Until One Day

Timothy and Candice recently got married after 3 years of dating, and the way Timothy slowly proposed over the course of those 3 years made his new wife “burst into tears” when the big moment came.

When the couple first got together back in 2013, Timothy began writing Candice love letters that each contained part of a secret message. Once he hit 14 notes, the two sat down and read each one, and eventually the message was revealed through the first capital letter of each note.

“I am very difficult to surprise so this totally caught me off guard,” Candice told Daily Mail Australia. “Tim is always like this. He’s genuinely a thoughtful and romantic kind of guy.” Timothy also wrote a song for her 2 months into their relationship, and serenaded her with it on their wedding day. Let’s hope this couple is in for a lifetime of surprising each other in the sweetest ways.

More info: (h/t) | Ann Marie Yuen Photography

This man wrote his girlfriend 14 letters while they dated, and she had no idea they contained a secret message

After revealing the message to her, Timothy and Candice, below, became engaged

“I am very difficult to surprise so this totally caught me off guard,” Candice told Daily Mail Australia

“Tim is always like this. He’s genuinely a thoughtful and romantic kind of guy”

The couple, who got together in 2013, were recently married in Sydney

On their wedding day, Tim serenaded Candice with a song he wrote 2 months into their relationship

Though they had been friends since 2009, they took their time progressing to lovers

“The fact that we knew each other so well made the relationship feel so secure,” Candice said

“… Having our hearts poured out in the form of paper meant we had tangible memories to look back on”

Let’s hope this happy couple is in for a lifetime of surprising each other in the sweetest ways

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Ronja Rövardotter
Community Member
5 years ago

I think it is beautiful. I love it. And I am glad they shared it with us. I don´t understand why is someone judging that they told their story to the newspapers. Why not? It was unique idea and it migth encourage more couples to be more romantic. Such a sweet and long-term romance is really rare these days. So I´m glad they are giving their story as an example of really sweet and pure romance. I think if the husband stays that creative we can look forward for their anniversary :-) I mean I see nothing wrong on making this story public. I think we can be glad they shared it with us. It made me smile, it made me hug and kiss my love, it simply made my day :-) Thank you newlyweds and good luck to both of you! Stay romantic! :-)

Linda Bartlett
Community Member
5 years ago

It is a beautiful and very clever way to propose. However, my question is why did it take 3 years to write a handful of letters?

Julie Julie
Community Member
5 years ago

Because getting a love letter a day is suspicious and she would have known something was up?

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Kjorn
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5 years ago

Lucky for him she didn't notice it after the 'Will you... ' :-)

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Ronja Rövardotter
Community Member
5 years ago

I think it is beautiful. I love it. And I am glad they shared it with us. I don´t understand why is someone judging that they told their story to the newspapers. Why not? It was unique idea and it migth encourage more couples to be more romantic. Such a sweet and long-term romance is really rare these days. So I´m glad they are giving their story as an example of really sweet and pure romance. I think if the husband stays that creative we can look forward for their anniversary :-) I mean I see nothing wrong on making this story public. I think we can be glad they shared it with us. It made me smile, it made me hug and kiss my love, it simply made my day :-) Thank you newlyweds and good luck to both of you! Stay romantic! :-)

Linda Bartlett
Community Member
5 years ago

It is a beautiful and very clever way to propose. However, my question is why did it take 3 years to write a handful of letters?

Julie Julie
Community Member
5 years ago

Because getting a love letter a day is suspicious and she would have known something was up?

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Kjorn
Community Member
5 years ago

Lucky for him she didn't notice it after the 'Will you... ' :-)

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