We meet again, loyal blog readers!
I recently photographed Ariane + Steve all cozied up in Memphis, TN . This soon-to-be wedded couple will be getting married in the fall of 2020 and we worked so well together, I can’t wait until their wedding 👰🤵
I’ll let Ariane tell you in her own words how the proposal went. “Steve took me to Texas de Brazil for New Year’s Eve 2017. After dinner we attempted to walk on the river, however it was extreme cold out that night and my leg was hurting from a previous injury lol. So we decided to go home, sip some champagne and watch the end of the year count down on tv. As the count down started, I began counting 5,4,3,2,1, and as I turned around to kiss him, there he was down on one knee holding a Jared’s box. I screamed, ‘Are you kidding me?’ And he said, ‘that’s not the answer I was looking for.’ I quickly said yes and we kissed.”
How sweet is that? 😍😍
Ariane is excited to see how handsome her soon to be husband will look & she’s also excited about seeing their families all together in one space. They are planning on doing a micro wedding in an Airbnb and they want to have a dinner style setting for the wedding as well as the reception. In other words, they’re excited to see how all of the color schemes and wedding details come together.
I know its going to be a gorgeous wedding!
The Engagement Session
Future wedding details aside, let’s get to the present: Steve + Ariane’s engagement session! These two are real naturals in front of the camera. They are both homebodies, who love to bake. Cookies are very symbolic in their relationship, so they wanted to capture these special moments of them baking together. So it was only right to choose a location with them in the house doing what they love most. Their good looks, simple outfit choices, a homey location and their genuine love for each other made this photo shoot one of my favorites.
What’s your advice to other couples for their engagement session?
“Our advice for other couples would be to relax, have fun and just enjoy each other as well as the photographer.”
Thank you for that sound advice! Here’s to many, many happy years together!