June 9, 2016
Heather and Brian will be tying the knot at The Sonnet House on a Friday night in October and their excitement is contagious! To say that Heather has been looking forward to this day for a while (they’ve been together for over 12 years…) is an understatement. She is easily one of the sweetest brides we’ve ever had the pleasure of working with and we are gushing over their recent engagement photo session downtown with Rachel Coffey Photography.
The two of you are high school sweethearts, what are you most looking forward to about being married? Just starting our lives together and actually getting to come home to one another everyday.
How did Brian propose? He proposed on New Year’s Eve 2015/2016 in downtown Gatlinburg, Tennessee right at midnight when the fireworks show started! New Years has always been very significant to Brian and I because it is our anniversary and is the first time Brian ever asked me out (twelve years ago) and on top of that, Gatlinburg is our favorite getaway place! We try to go there at least once every year!
Heather, what has been the most exciting part of the wedding planning process so far? My wedding day is something I have been so excited about for so long. Seeing all of the little details come together has been fun! However, the most fun thing I have done so far has been picking out the ceremony and reception music and also piecing together the details of my wedding dress!
Brian, what are you looking forward to the most on your wedding day? Finally being able to call Heather my wife. I am so excited to begin our journey together.
Your adorable fur babies were a part of your engagement photo session, what are their names and how important was it to have them on hand for your photos? The German Shepard is Brian’s dog and his name is Barrett, and my dog’s name is Stanley! It was extremely important to have both of these guys with us on the day of the shoot. Barrett is a little over a year old and Stan is a rescue dog and I got him when I started college.
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