Couple of Ava and Mason from Toronto, Canada. When we had met firstly, it was a beautiful September day, when leaves just stated to turn yellow. Central Park is my favorite location in New York City. There are some areas at the park that is directly, which are also associated with the engagements or the weddings, such as the Bow Bridge (Bridge of Love) or the Ladies Pavilion in the Central Park, and are the most attractive place for such exciting life-changing desicion. I always feel energy and happiness, observing such magnificent backgrounds for successful photoshooting of my clients. That day was for Ava and Mason at all as gave the impression that the nature itself helped the sweethearts.
They told that they were not sure if it was love at first sight, but they both felt a connection, an attraction, which obviously drew them together! That was a characteristic of their relationships when I asked them about their first meeting and motivation to build relationships.
Mason proposed in first time on a weekend away at the Gold Coast. They had a lovely night, dining at Conrad Jupiters, and afterwards the couple went for a romantic stroll along the beach. But it wasn’t until Ava and Mason were back on the balcony of treir room overlooking Surfers and the beach, that it happened. After enjoying a lovely evening with each other, Mason went down on bended knee to propose to Ava! Of course, she was overcome with feelings and accepted it! It was very romantic, I am sure…
This day he proposed again at the mall in Central Park, probably the most famous and romantic park in the world. A walkway leading to the beautiful Bethesda Terrace, the Central Park Mall runs through the middle of the Park. It remains the sole formal feature of Olmsted and Vaux’s naturalistic creation. To the north lies the Terrace Bridge, another popular place for photo shooting and declarations of love, while the Olmsted Flower Bed is located directly south of the Mall.