Such an enchanting afternoon for Sharon & David’s The Farm at South Mountain engagement photos! We spent the afternoon exploring the lush grounds, pecan groves, and peace and quiet! Sharon & David are getting married here in April and wanted to take advantage of the opportunity to have their portraits here as well. They even brought along their furry friend, Pigeon, for a few shots!
I asked David how he proposed to Sharon:
“I had Sharon’s great-grandmother’s ring in a container in the office in our house, waiting to take it in to be re-set. From time to time, Sharon checked to see if the ring was still there. One time, she noticed the ring wasn’t there anymore, so I think she had anticipated that it would happen sometime soon. On the day I proposed, I left work early to come home and get the house ready. I placed roses along the path that Sharon would take from her car into the house. I set up a bouquet of flowers on our dining room table, and had a bottle of her favorite champagne chilling on the back patio. I tied the white engagement ring box to our dog Pigeon’s neck with pink ribbon, and once I saw Sharon pull into the driveway, Pigeon and I ran onto the back patio to wait for her to come into the house. I had the ukulele version of ‘Somewhere Over the Rainbow’ playing outside, and when Sharon came out, I got down on one knee, and asked her to marry me.”
Love it!! Can’t wait for your wedding!!