Golden Hour Engagement Photography
Chad and Ashley are the cutest things. They are so sweet and kind to each other, and you can tell how much they love each other by everything they say and do. These guys met a few years ago at work. Well Chad remembers them meeting, Ashley completely forgot. So he had a crush on her, the cute receptionist, for months, sneaking glances and hoping to chat with her. Finally he worked up enough courage to ask her on a date! And she said YES. She actually had a brief moment of panic the hour before the date when she realized that she had accidentally eaten SIX fiber 1 bars and nothing else that day! She called her roommate freaking out and asking if she should cancel the date! Fortunately her roommate was able to talk her down and convince her to still go on the date. So she went on the date. And it went well! There was obvious chemistry between the two of them, and there was an instant connection. She couldn't believe that she had worked at the same office as him for so long without noticing him!
After a few months of dating, Chad knew that Ashley was the one. So he decided that he wanted to marry her! So he got a ring, and planned how he was going to propose. He took her on a hike to a waterfall. He had the ring in his back pack and was worrying the whole time that she would find it. They made it to the waterfall, tired and sweaty so they decided to eat the lunch that they had packed. He asked her to grab his knife from his backpack, and when she did, she discovered the ring box next to the knife. "What's this?" She asked, confused. "Do you want it?" he said. And then she freaked out! She was so thrown off by his casual demeanor that she didn't realize that he was even proposing!
Chad and Ashley are planning an elopement on an island with only their closest family and friends. Its important to them that their ceremony and their vows be witnessed by only the most special people in their lives. I love couples that choose to celebrate their special day the exact way that they want to and make the brave choice to say "no" to tradition, and "no" to the expectation-filled event, and "no" to "what would aunt Betty say if she wasn't invited?". It is YOUR ceremony and it is not FOR Aunt Betty or ABOUT Aunt Betty, it is for YOU and about YOU. This is the day that you are beginning the best adventure that life has to offer and I would hate for you to kick it off in a way that you regret!