The wedding proposal of “three” – Matthew, Sofia and little Amelia. Timing, distance and sex are not everything and this lovely “trio” prove it enough. They are the couple of locals with a little girl. That day they went for an afternoon walk to Washington square.
I like to shot children, because of their sincere emotions, but in that moment of happiness and fun nobody of the cute family knocked themselves, because both of sweethearts decided to make a proposal one another. As little Amelia said me, Matthew had secretly spent a month planning for the wedding proposal and wedding party to be attended by 75 of their closest family members and friends. The guests, some of whom helped to make it, from as far as Connecticut, Virginia, Florida and Singapore, began singing Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas Is You,” which is her favorite song. After Matthew ask Sofie to get married, she started cry the most beautiful ugly tears — the love and energy was palpable. She stuffed her face, laughing and responding with a ring. It wasn’t a counter proposal, but a double proposal.
After they proposed in front of Christmas tree under the arch we went for a happy winter wedding photo shot. That was cute and breathtaking! Somebody sure that the best weather and backgrounds for wedding photo shooting are warm seasons. As a photographer, I think that spring isn’t the only season fit for a wedding. Winter weddings can be even more magical thanks to the natural glimmer of snow and shinning of frozen sun, the need for cozy textiles, and the craving for warm comfort food. Falling snowflakes, snow-dusted trees, white mountaintops and wintry details set a picturesque scene unlike any other, additionally, we can use the cold weather as an excuse to snuggle with our new spouse. Embrace the cold weather for wedding portraits, and nice photos will be guaranteed as unique as life-changing wedding day.