Recent Engagement Photos Posts
Photo: Abbey Lunt Photography
Can you guess where these two lovebirds got engaged? After browsing through the farm’s gift store for a few short (but long) minutes, William rushed Jocelyn outside toward the largest Christmas tree on the property. “Umm, I don’t think the little ones are going to be in with the big ones,” she said. “What do you think of this one?” as he pointed to a smaller Christmas tree in return. On it was a tag that said, “JAM, look at me!” Fun fact: JAM is the nickname he gave her. It will be the new initials once they’re officially married. As he got down on one knee, “I felt like I was a deer in headlights,” Jocelyn said. Following the proposal, there was also surprise fireworks too! Read more here if you want to find out what the enagement ring looks like.
Photos (from left to right): Krista A. Jones Photography
Can you guess where these two lovebirds got engaged? During an afternoon hike at Scott’s Run Nature Preserve overlooking the Potomac River. “Brian kept getting ahead of me on the trail until he decided to take a break atop an oversized rock,” Caitlin said. “I was hesitant at first to climb (more like crawl) to get to it, but he was adamant.” It was no surprise that their engagement session took place near the water too. “Fun fact: The Chesapeake Maritime Museum is right next door to the Inn at Perry Cabin where The Wedding Crashers was filmed,” she said. View more photos here.
Photo: Black & Hue Photography
Can you guess where these two lovebirds got engaged? Amongst a sea of Christmas trees with the help of a typography poster printed with Avett Brothers lyrics. “I have always known that I wanted to take engagement photos where I grew up at my family’s farm in Juniper,” Rebecca said. “We wanted to incorporate several different outfits and liked the idea of using rich colors that would look nice in an outdoor area in the fall.” Notice the glowing sunset? View more photos here.
Marriage lasts a lifetime. It takes work, a lot of work! That’s why we reached out to officiants, husband and wife photographers, and forums to share some of their best-kept secrets to success in WeddingWire’s SummerBook 2014. Our favorite blurb? “Always put each other first before yourself! Learn to accept that neither you nor your spouse is perfect and learn to focus on each other’s strengths not weaknesses.” – Josh and Rachel Best, Best Photography, Married 4 years.
Photo: Rachel Allen Photography
Can you guess where these two lovebirds got engaged? Exactly where they had stood and shared their first kiss together! “I thought we were there to get a picture,” Rebecca said. “Instead, he surprised me by suddenly dropping to a knee and asking me to be his wife. Of course, I said, ‘YES.'” It’s ironic that nearly two years ago Rebecca first met Jon at a Bible study group. “All the members encouraged him to go out and date,” she said. “But he told them that one day his wife would walk through the front door. God delivered that promise.” Read more here if you want to find out what the engagement ring looks like. (Hint: There are 43 diamonds total — whoa.)