So uh, what’s going on here?
It’s funny because the bride’s father is pointing a gun at his daughter’s future husband. Hilarious.
GOOD ENGAGEMENT PHOTOS?
I’ve been asked several times whether there are any engagement photos I enjoy. Generally, I find the down-to-earth and more natural photos to be more likeable. And shocker of all shockers, photos taken during the engagement itself! Whether they are professional or taken on an iPhone, I think it is great to capture those moments. They are candid and the emotion is real. Of course the proposer knows a camera is there, but it is my guess that they are able to forget about the camera in this case.
Head on over to How He Asked for proposal stories and photos. Of course, some of them are over-the-top, super public and something I would poke fun of here, but there are some sweet ones in there too. Like this proposal at a Christmas tree farm and one in Central Park in New York City.
They are a hundred times more interesting than a couple hanging out on train tracks or holding chalkboard signs, don’t you think?
Except she already did say “yes” because you are at an engagement shoot.
(P.S. Her leg isn’t missing. That’s just the photographer’s logo.)
How do you improve engagement photos? With a kitten of course.
If you’re going to have your future husband spank you for a photo, you might as well feature it on your wedding website, amirite?
The perfect photo for your first holiday as a married couple. Send extra to the grandparents.