Happy Monday folks! Today, we’re sharing Shervonne & Elliot’s engagement shoot..and it’s another one around the city of Baltimore. It’s amazing to me how you can have shoot around the same city and it look completely different with each photographer. Shervonne & Elliot got the perfect day with beautiful sunlight. Read on about their love story and how opposites do attract below!
From the Photographer:
Shervonne and Elliot have been together for ten years and have recently become engaged. So when she asked me if I would be their wedding photographer, I literally did a happy dance around my house. I mean seriously, take a look below and you will understand, they are way too cute. The way they look at each other is beautiful, like no one else was around. Shervonne wanted to do their engagement session all around Baltimore City. So of course we shot at Cylburn Arboretum, The Baltimore Love Project located at Hollins Market, we then made our way across the city to Paterson Park and closed the day with the BUS sign in Highlandtown by Madrid-based artist collective Mmmm. They also have one heck of a cute back story! Here are words from the bride-to-be herself:“Elliot and I met 10 years ago via friends who were actually trying to set each of us up with other people! We are a bit of a Ying & Yang – I’m from Baltimore, He’s from Pittsburgh. I’m art & design focused and he’s an engineer by trade. I’m a feminist who enjoys her political debates with a glass of wine, and he can school any NFL coach on their defensive strategy – all while giving bourbon advise. He’s a neat freak, and I’m a clutter queen. On paper we probably don’t make sense, but together in real life we’re very complimentary to each other.Elliot proposed the very same day we bought our first home together, so this past year has been quite a whirlwind of new home ownership, a million questions from family & friends, and the dreaded wedding planning. So I guess the thing I most looked forward to for our engagement session was spending an afternoon with him, and just being close to each other as we created an expression of our love. I pick the locations based on our experiences together at that location, and my love of public art. The Patterson Park Pagoda was where we would go for walks when we first started dating…so that location was near and dear to both of us, and I have admired the Baltimore Love Project for years and wanted to include that in our story.”
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