求婚支援Mr. Kenny Chan
求婚支援：Kenny希望與女朋友到日本北海道旅遊時求婚，於是我們連絡了日本I-PRIMO並找到一間合作公司旗下的餐廳「Sentir La Saison函館山」提供一個特別的求婚企劃，可用膳後到餐廳旁邊的小教堂為另一半送上一場驚喜的求婚。感謝合作公司「GLOVE ENTERTAINMENT綺愛物語WEDDING」的幫助令這次的驚喜求婚成功。
來自Mr. Kenny Chan的求婚故事：
I started my whole plan of proposal in Hokkaido 6 months ago. Just like every anxious man looking for their one and only ring for their majesty, I too went through every engagement ring shop looking for the lifetime gift. I loved my experience shopping in I-primo – they were professional, patient and most important of all, they never rush you for a decision and they are very honest with their opinion. Just think about how often will you not get a follow up email or phone call the next day after your shop visit and how often will people tell you honestly which design will not look good when you get to certain age in life. I went through a lot of shops and it turned out it was this one tiny little stone at I-primo that caught my ultimate attention – it was unusually bright and it looked so clear as if you can see through it, it was an incredible feeling looking at this diamond that I finally decided to stop my diamond hunting at this little store at The One.
I knew at the point of purchase from friends that I-primo also helps out in arranging your proposal, but because I never planned to do a proposal in Hong Kong, I never thought the service could be useful (plus I never expected a free service to be useful). I thought too at the beginning planning an oversea proposal would be easy, as after all we have never been there and anywhere can be a good surprise, mood can also be easily built up too as people are generally more relax during a holiday. However after doing some research, things actually went quite another way and it was then I found planning a proposal oversea is not at all an easy task – I have even reached a point where I thought I had to give up the plan and do the whole thing back in Hong Kong. I had no idea about the exact weather the day we do a proposal (could be heavy snow in Hokkaido in December); I had no idea whether the venue will be crowded with people; I did not speak any Japanese and hence communication is a problem; and worst of all I had no idea whether a certain venue was actually nice as I have never been there. And after all the wondering, I decided to go back to I- primo for help!
They helped me built a conversation with their colleagues in the Hokkaido branch and we started looking together for appropriate venues to do the proposal (everything in Japanese!). Unlike any other free services I have ever used, their replies were incredibly detail, not only did they gave me websites links for each venue, they also gave me leaflets and also included brief summaries on the things to note about the venue (sometimes their thoughts too). Time really flew during our discussion and after going through rounds and rounds of emails, we finally settled on a restaurant in Hakodate where they have a very nice little chapel for my proposal. A really big thank you to I-primo for their relentless effort in helping me build the conversation with Hokkaido side and it was amazing seeing them replying emails even in mid-night!
The proposal went incredibly smooth and it was a very touching experience. We thanks I-primo once again for all the help, you did play a very big part in my proposal and created a remarkable memory to us. Thank you.