Share Your Lovestruck Moment And You Could Win!

THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED. CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR WINNERS: ERIKA, JOYLENE AND SERENA.

Was there a distinct moment when you absolutely knew that you’d fallen head over heels in love? If so, we want to hear about it. Share your story by commenting on this blog post and you could win one of three Vera Wang Lovestruck prize packs!

Vera Wang Lovestruck was inspired by a modern day twist on Romeo & Juliet. It is a feminine floral fragrance that captures the feeling of a woman who is captivated by passion. With top notes of pink guava and angelica flower, it’s sure to become your go-to scent.

For a chance at a prize pack just post your love story below. The Weddingbells editorial team will review all submissions and select the three most goosebump-inducing posts. The winners will be chosen Monday, August 29th at noon. If you’ve won we will contact you via email and announce your name on this post.

We can’t wait to read your stories!

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  • Elicia

    when i walked by him my heart would beat faster when i talked to him my heart felt like it was going to pound right out of my chest. i knew i loved him but i didn’t know if he would feel the same way. i spent quite a few years alone just to see if anything would happen out of me and him then finally one night he asked if i wanted a coffee i said sure. we started to hang out more and more then it got cold when i was freezing and he noticed he pulled me close holding me keeping my warm never in my life had i been held so tight. he then asked if i would date him my heart felt like it stopped beating when he popped the question i didn’t know what to do i felt like i didn’t know how to breath or speak. i then smiled and looked away he put his index finger under my chin and raised my head to look him in the eyes then asked if he could kiss me i still then said nothing so he went for it. after that night we were officially together have been since grade 9 and still it feels like that first night.

  • Andrew Fath

    My girlfriend and I have been together for four and a half years. We met working at a retirement community while in high school. We were both really shy and didn’t talk much, but when we did our co-workers could tell we liked each other. We got all sorts of encouragement from co-workers and friends that could see we had a spark. I knew we were meant to be when I had jokingly asked this girl I was secretly infatuated with to bake me a pie. I said I’d supply the ingredients if she would make it for me. It was almost like a dare for both of us! Would I actually bring ingredients for her? And would she actually bake the pie? Well I did bring the ingredients the next time we worked together and she took them home. The next day we worked together she never brought in a pie. I jokingly bugged her saying I had won the bet and so on, while inside I was sad that she hadn’t showed that she liked me back by making the pie. Later at the end of our shift I was busy working away, not as happy as I normally am when working with this girl, and she approached me and tapped me on the shoulder. I turned around and she was there holding the pie with most of our co-workers right behind her!! My face was red but I was smiling from ear to ear! She handed it to me and walked away satisfied that she had won our bet. To be honest… I am more than happy I lost that bet!! We’ve been together for four and a half years since and a wedding may soon be around the corner! ;)

  • Anna

    A little magic must have been at work on my 31st birthday as that is the day that Pascal and I were matched by eHarmony. As in any good fairytale romance, the backstory actually involves a magic frog prince and a kiss! Earlier that day, I had attended a birthday lunch organized by my friends. Presents were given, amongst them a Christmas ornament in the shape of a frog prince from my best friend (and maid-of-honor) Marie-Linda. Of course, the frog-prince was duly kissed (pictures available upon request!). That very same evening, Pascal and I were both notified that we had been matched by the eHarmony system! After getting to know one another a little better via questions and e-mails, and discovering that we had a lot of important things in common, Pascal and I decided to meet in person and had our first date on December 10th 2010. Within only a couple of weeks, we both knew that this was the person that we wanted to spend the rest of our lives with. For our second month anniversary, I had sent Pascal the following quote by author Margaret Atwood: “the eskimos have 52 words for snow because it was important to them; there ought to be as many for love”. The very next day, Pascal surprised me by having a gorgeous bouquest of 52 red roses delivered to my workplace, with a little note that read: “I found 52 ways to say I love you!”. On our three month anniversary, Pascal and I were on vacation together in beautiful El Salvador. It was while walking along the beach, with the sun shining brightly and the waves crashing at our feet, that Pascal got down on one knee and proposed. Celebrating milestones and holidays has always been an important part of our relationship, which is one of the reasons why we chose to get married on the one-year anniversary of our first date!

  • Erika

    365 Days

    I had gone through a difficult breakup with the person I thought I was going to marry. At the time, it was the lowest point in my life but as the months went by I made great strides including buying my first house and securing a great job. I was finally starting to regain my confidence and be the fun loving person I used to be.

    I decided to escape my GTA “bubble” and go on a vacation to Cuba. It was the perfect time to reflect and be grateful for all of the blessings in my life. One night, I decided to leave the resort and go to a local club. Soon after arriving, I looked up and noticed this attractive guy giving me a kind and genuine smile. I instantly realized that this was someone I had gone to high school with who I hadn’t seen in 9 years.

    We spent the entire night together and there is no other word to describe it besides epic. We laughed and danced. It was the first time I had held another’s hand since my previous breakup. At the end of the night, he promised to text me when I arrived home. He did. I’ve been smitten ever since!

    And yes, the night I met him was 365 days after my last relationship ended. What a difference a year can make!

  • Joelle Smith

    I met my fiance four years ago in college. We never spoke, but we ran into each other one year later and hit it off. We were engaged on August 2nd, 2011. He had saved for, kept hidden, and ultimately carried with him a beautiful engagement ring. During our trip out to Prince Edwards Island, he woke me up before dawn and took me out to watch the sunrise. This is where he proposed; it was more than I could ever ask for. We were and are head over heals in love at that point, but this is not the portion of the story I’d like to draw your attention to. On August 18th, on our way from Ottawa to Hamilton, Ontario to visit my family for the first time since the engagement and to attend a wedding on his family’s side, my engagement ring was stolen from an A&W restaurant off of the highway. I was devastated – not because of the value, which was about $2000 and therefore not too over the top, but because of the time and effort he had put into it. We waited by the restaurant for over an hour hoping the person who took it would have a change of heart – to no avail. Police reports have been filed and many have offered to help us find it, but all of this has been to no avail. But you know what? It was a ring. We have each other. As upsetting as it was, he was the most amazing support for me at that time. Everyone’s question to me was “Was he mad? He must have been so upset!” But he wasn’t. He was upset at the person who took it, as neither of us ever imagined this could happen, but he wasn’t mad or upset at me. Again, it was a ring. We had to leave because his 9 year old cousin was waiting for us to take her to Canada’s Wonderland the next morning. While we were there, we witnessed a young family frantically speaking to security about their missing child, who was ultimately found. A ring? It doesn’t compare. This event has not caused us to lose faith in others, it has brought us closer and has set a wonderful tone to our wedding: things are things. The important factor, him and I, have not altered. And our wedding? It will be lovely no matter the materials we are able to afford because we have each other.

  • Tania M

    I met my husband at work, the first day of work he didn’t stand out too much for me, but our cubical were adjacent so we spoke often. On my second week on the job I had to travel with him to a city 80 km away to do some testing. The whole drive we spoke about ourselves and our lives, and on the way back to the office it was like a light lit up and I knew I wanted to marry him.

    We had our first date 3 months later. Then we bought a house 5 months after the first date, he officially proposed to me 6 months after we moved in and we were married the following year.

    We now have 2 wonderful, beautiful children and are quickly approaching our 6th wedding anniversary. I love him more and more each day, and know everyday that I made the right choice and that we were meant to be together.

    It is amazing to find that we were born 60 km away from each other, but met in a city almost 800 km from our birth place. It was as if fate brought us together.

  • Deana

    I met the love of my life for the first time on my 18th birthday. He was sitting on the patio of my local bar, and I kept eyeing him out of the corner of my eye because for some reason he looked familiar. He was eyeing me up as well (probably for different reasons) and we eventually got to talking. I felt like I had known him my whole life. The next day I couldn’t stop thinking about him, and a week later I asked him if he wanted to go to a party with me. By the end of the night we agreed that we both felt there was something special between us, and decided to start dating. This was after only a week of knowing each other! But for some reason it just felt right, neither of us could explain it. It’s now four and a half years later, and we live together and plan to get married once I graduate university. True love really does exist!!

  • Kimberly

    I can assure you it wasn’t love at first sight.
    I had decided to take a new career path and entered the world of Welding. During my 1st year course (to get C-ticketed) I was the only girl in the class and had my pick of the litter if I had wanted but told the guys I wasn’t interested and wouldn’t date anyone from class. Just over half way though the year the B class finished their course which allowed room in for 2 new guys going for their A Ticket. One of these guys took a bold move to walk across all the empty seats on his first day and sit right beside me. There was nothing about him that grabbed my attention.
    One friday night after school we all headed to the pub for burgers and beers and something about the look in his eyes that night made me want to ask him out. The following weekend we spend the day together. It was sometime during conversation that day that I knew he was the rest of my life. You could say the sparks flew, and two years later we were welded together.

  • Marlibu

    I met my future hubby in high school when I was in grade 10 he was in grade 12 and so cute. I remember being lovestruck by him at a school dance because he smelt so good not to mention the long line of girls trying to dance with him. We didn’t end up dating until two years later when he miraculously called me and we spoke all night. We have been together ever since, 2 kids later.

  • Heather

    I met my future husband when I traveled home for my grandfather’s funeral. He was a friend of my uncle’s and when we met I felt a real spark. The only problem was we were living at different ends of the province. I was in university and he was working. We had started chatting online and then over the phone. One late night, while I was studying for my exams, we were talking on the phone and I asked him to tell me a story. Instead of telling me I was silly or reciting a well known story, he started to just make one up right then and tell it me. It was right then that I knew I loved him and that we were meant for one another.

  • ashley

    My hubby and I met through my mom. He was her tenant. So he added me to facebook. I was like who the heck is this!!! I recognized the house. So we decided to hang out and that was it. Love at first sight. I fought it due to the age gap ( 5 years) but he showed me age is really just a number. We are madly in love and have a beautiful daughter. I could’t imagine my life with out him.

  • Natalie Sutton

    Hope i win!!!!!

  • Trishanne

    I have had this crush on a guy since childhood, i was “obssesed with him” as some say, my mother and his mother have been best friends, so they were always hanging out with eachother, wich meant i would get to see chad” the guy ive crushed on , i would sit around until 11:00 at night sometimes waiting for him to come home, he is a couple years older than me so he wasnt interested in someone younger, well years passed and he took a likeing to me aswell, after a childhood of dirty diapers, wetting the bed and growing up together we finally came to the decision to be a couple, it is now,15 years later and we are together still have a beautiful three year old daughter and a happy life. Dreams really do come true. I Found My True Love <3

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