A Spring Garden Engagement

Check out this sweet Spring engagement photoshoot with this fun couple. They are so cute and goofy together! This garden was a perfect location for their engagement shoot. I love the variety of backdrops in these pictures. For this Spring engagement shoot, love was certainly in the air. Also, how cute are the last four pictures of the couple at their new house?! So sweet; they told me that their house number, 21, stands for two become one!

“Brian proposed to me on Christmas Eve 2011. He completely surprised me! I was up near my parent’s place that night at a Christmas Eve service at a little country church with my family. Brian was with us before that at my parents house, but he tricked me by pretending to leave to be at his parent’s place for Christmas the next day but it turns out he stuck around. During the service, my younger sister Amy handed me a card, which was from Brian. It was really sweet and romantic inside and said at the bottom “see you soon”. I was confused at first and thought that Amy had handed me the card at the wrong time. When I clued in I ran outside of the church onto the front steps (wearing slippers haha!). It was a beautiful winter night and snow was softly falling. Brian pulled up in his car in front of the church steps, got out, and promptly knelt down on one knee and proposed to me. Of course I said ‘yes’ and was so happy and excited! After we spent some time together, I ran inside to tell my family! It was a very special night.”

These lovely pictures were taken at Cullen Gardens in Whitby, ON by Glenda Travis Photography.

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