Around Christmas, Katy had lunch with a friend and then they were planning to go shopping and run errands. Katy was told they needed to make a quick stop on the way. Before she knew it, they were pulling into the Woodward Park parking lot where Will, her boyfriend, got down on one knee and asked her to be his wife! It was only fitting that when we were talking about engagement photoshoot locations, Katy wanted part of their time to be at the place he proposed. This Tulsa engagement photoshoot at Woodward Park might be the cutest prop-filled engagement I have ever shot.
After Katy said “yes” to Will, he took her to a ‘just engaged’ party that he planned so that their families could celebrate with them. He ended the evening by taking her to dinner at the restaurant where they had their first date. Completely precious!
Katy and Will planned an engagement photoshoot that was made to be photographed! Katy brought a beautiful bouquet of flowers from Anthousai, a local flower shop who creates amazing arrangements!! Will visited Charcuterie Table Co. and created a masterpiece of a board for their picnic at Woodward Park. Katy brought her blanket, a set of fancy glasses, and her picnic blanket. The basket is a new item of mine and it fit perfectly with their theme! Bringing props to your engagement photoshoot really helps to add variety and creates a unique experience, separate from your wedding photos. It also allows me to be more creative and gives you a gallery full of photos that are special to you and your fiancé!
Katy and Will,
What a fun and exciting night we had during your engagement photoshoot. I was blown away and completely inspired by everything you had planned and brought with you. Will, you make one amazing charcuterie board! I am so excited for your wedding this summer in Bartlesville, OK! I am looking forward to congratulating you two, meeting your families, and photographing you becoming husband and wife!! Until then, I hope you enjoy a few highlights from your engagement photoshoot.
Greer and Colt planned an elegant black and white wedding color palette with pops of gold and some green. Their theme was executed wonderfully with a simple and modern elegance added to every detail. Cole’s Garden in Oklahoma City was the perfect venue to hold their vision. A very classic wedding for a very classy couple.
BRIDES!!! What are bridal portraits? Why should you have them? Click here to read my blog post: 6 reasons why you should have a bridal portrait photoshoot… besides just getting to wear your dress twice!
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