These two are one of my lovely 2016 couples and they totally rock! Loved spending the afternoon with them and their sweet pup for their engagement session at the breathtaking Rattlesnake point here in Milton, which is literally a 2 minute drive from my home. This is one of the main reasons why I love living outside of the city. I’m really looking forward to documenting their intimate barn wedding this summer in Bethany, ON. I know it will be a day full of laughter and joy. Read more about their journey and their emotional proposal story below!
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1. When did you guys first meet? We met in September 2013. After a brief courtship online, Stacey and I agreed to meet for coffee. Over time, we have spoken about that night we met. Both of us were hooked at first sight.
2. How did the proposal happen? It happened on Christmas Day. Stacey was feeling a little queezy as we left for Kingston to spend a few days with my extended family. After Stacey’s long snooze, we arrived in Kingston and stopped by to visit my parents. Both have passed away a few years ago, and I wanted to make one part of our engagement/wedding happen with them and with their blessing. I asked her to be my bride at the foot of their gravesite. Making for a veeerrrryyy emotional and memorable moment. Everyone we tell gets tears in their eyes.
3. Any advice for those who are just starting the planning process? Divide and conquer, but work together. Complete the tasks that fit your strengths. Trust in your partner to do the same. Get help and advice from the professionals you choose, use their expertise; they’ve done this more than you. Be prepared, start planning early. Limit family to what they are involved in, this is your day, not theirs.