After seeing the title of this blog post, are you really surprised that I have more Longwood Gardens engagement photos to share? If you were surprised, then maybe you’re new around here because I photograph at Longwood Gardens a lot. Like, a lot a lot. However, I’m so thankful that my clients love it just as much as I do!!
When Emily emailed me about choosing a location for their engagement session, this is what she wrote. And it’s my favorite thing ever. Emily said, “I told you that I was leaning towards the Morris arboretum but I think I may change my mind to Longwood Gardens. I was looking through your sessions there and they look absolutely beautiful!” So today, meet my newest LG fans.. Andrew & Emily!
“My roommate Caitlin was good friends with Andrews roommate Tom, and we ended up socializing at gatherings of the guys’ or of our’s.”
“I became interested in dating more seriously, and numerous people pointed me in Andrew’s direction – for someone so young he really had it together and was quite mature. We had a few bumps in the road at the beginning; ours isn’t a love-at-first-sight story but one of hard work and putting in time to understand each others needs and build a relationship based on mutual respect.“
“Andrew booked a weekend away at the hotel we stayed at when we first went away together, a resort in the green mountains in Manchester Vermont, so I had an inkling. He planned some sightseeing, bike riding, a falconry lesson (something I have always wanted to do!), and finally a hike up the big peak Mt Equinox.”
“Weather dictated that the multi-hour hike would happen on the last day so ill admit I was getting…impatient (internally panicking?!). The hike was long, hot, and buggy and both of us were nervous but gosh darnit did we make it to the top.”
“Sure enough, Andrew found us a nice secluded spot at the top and popped his question! He even lugged a mini bottle of champagne up with him, complete with ice to keep it cold!”