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Marissa & Brian’s Engagement Session Highlights

We were happy to accept Marissa and Brian’s invitation to visit them at Margate City Beach and get to know Lucy the Elephant a bit better! Marissa also shared her sign collection for the wedding and their new married home – so I decided to base our blog off of the phrases she chose to share with us.

He Stole My ♡ so I’m Stealing his Last Name:
Pretty straight forward – guy meets girl, girl meets guy, they have shared interests so they decided to get married and share their life together! This first sign they showed us as soon as we pulled into the parking lot at Lucy – I believe it was the most important sign to photograph. Marissa is very excited to take Brian as her husband!

Margate City:
This one might not really count, but I can’t help but add it. This sign we found literally on a boat sitting on the beach. It was probably my favorite sign because it was first time during their session where the two just relaxed in front of the camera! We asked them to hold hands and walk towards us laughing – I guess Brian must have said something pretty funny!

Love:
This sign was neat because it lit up! Haha, it was a great addition to the second location we visited – a pier in town. The pier gave an amazing view of the west side of Margate City so we had the most perfect sunset.  It was fun spending the session hearing from Brian and Marissa and how they knew pretty soon after they starting dating that it was true love!

:All Because Two People Fell In Love:
The two have planned a June wedding for 2018 – and though I’m sure Marissa would love to have the wedding in Margate City (it means a lot to them as a place to come visit and have fun!), it was really important for them to have the ceremony at their church. So that is what they are basing their plans on for their big day!

Happiness is Being Married to Your Best Friend

 

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