Quote Originally Posted by stardustx View Post

She'd thought it sounded pretty, so she'd always remembered it.

And then, when the time had come, her father had agreed it sounded lovely.

...when the time came, her father had agreed.
In general, those combination of sentences just sound a bit awkward and wordy. I'm not sure the context directly before these sentences, but I would change it to read:

She thought it had sounded pretty, so she'd remembered it ever since. And when the time came, her father agreed.

Not sure if there's anything that goes in between, but it might not hurt to add another sentence between those two with a bit more detail (unless it's already explained earlier). I'd only add the 'had agreed' if the 'when the time came' is also in the past.