One Sunday afternoon in early August, Megan and Cole decided to go “look” at engagement rings. “Cole had no intention of buying one that day but we both fell in love with one.” Of course to receive it at the current sale price, they had to put a down payment on it. The sales lady kicked Megan out of the room so her and Cole could “discuss” something. Megan didn’t want to be rude and ask him what happened so she changed the subject and when she suggested they should go shopping at the mall, he said “well probably shouldn’t go shopping since I have $500 less now:)”
“I knew his original plan was to wait until September and ask during bow hunting season, but I also knew once he picked up the ring he wouldn’t be able to keep it to himself. lol”
Sooo…10 days later while shooting their bows, Cole “surprisingly” had to grab something from his truck. He met her at the target, dropped to one knee and popped the question. Megan is still thinking about it. Kidding…she said YES!!
When I met with Cole and Megan to discuss their engagement session, they asked if I would be willing to meet them at her Grandparents place on the outskirts of town. As soon as she mentioned they have a long driveway and old classic cars I was more than happy to accommodate!!
“We chose to do our engagement pictures at my grandparents farm. We knew we would be seeing these pictures the rest of our life and wanted them to have more meaning than just an ordinary photo session. My grandparents have been married over 50 years and we really look up to them in regards to love and relationships… Plus, we’re always looking for an excuse to hang out with them My grandpa loves old cars and we often walk around his place and look at them. We thought it would be the perfect way to incorporate a piece of him in the photos we will cherish forever.”