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Classic Truck and Vintage RV Engagement Session
Vintage Inspired Engagement Ending Lakeside
This fun Vintage Inspired Engagement session with a beautiful vintage truck and RV Trailor! This beautifully done vintage-inspired session has so many modern touches that I just love! Combining them beautifully!
We met working together at Panera Bread. Where we developed a quick friendship and bonded over nature and volunteering at a local wildlife sanctuary.
You might say we went from hot bread to hot romance!
A little more info about us we are proud dog parents of 2 residue pitbull mamas. And when we aren’t hanging out with our pups we enjoy spending time outside mostly birding, kayaking, or biking. Our honeymoon will be an RV tour of the southwest national parks. Starting with the Grand Canyon and working our way to Yosemite.
Their Proposal Story?
At the time we were living apart and traveling to spend weekends together when Zach proposed a trip to the Everglades National Park since I had never visited. We decided camping at the farthest south campsite was a good idea and we managed to arrive at our spot at 1 am the first night. We spent a lovely weekend at the park kayaking and birding together and after a fireside dinner, we went on a sunset walk where Zach whisked me off my feet and carried me over to a log to pop the question with his grandmother’s ring. It was a perfect fit too!
What were your favorite moments from this couple’s Vintage Inspired Engagement?
We chose the scene due to our love of camping and adventuring together and as an homage to our engagement. We also both consider ourselves old souls so doing a retro shoot felt perfect for us too.
What was their biggest frustration planning their wedding day so far?
Easy answer COVID! We decided on splitting up our wedding into two portions, a small ceremony this year with our immediate family and a large reception pushed back a year so that everyone can come safely and party!
Hannah’s answer would be that Zach was not a hands-off groom and while having him be apart of the planning helped in many ways we often encountered difficulties merging our styles.