Dallas Engagement Session from Feather & Twine Photography
I love it when couples re-create their engagement for their e-session and this one just so happens to be one of the cutest ever. When on one of their many bike rides in the woods he popped the big que...
I love it when couples re-create their engagement for their e-session and this one just so happens to be one of the cutest ever. When on one of their many bike rides in the woods he popped the big question in the form of an overturned sign that she just so happened to pick up and read. And when she turned around, he was on one knee. See? I told you, the cutest. Feather & Twine Photography captured all the pretty and you can see more right here.
From the Bride... One of our favorite things to do together is bike ride to “our special spot” in Richardson. It’s a beautiful bike trail with lots of trees and a creek. We’ve walked around “our creek” many times to take a break from our bike ride. On a Sunday morning, we were bike riding and stopped at the creek. There, I saw a green sign on its back; I picked it up and when I turned it over it said, “KRISTI WINANS WILL YOU MARRY ME”. I dropped the sign immediately and turned around to see Dave on his knee. He asked me to marry him. I of course said YES, and before even putting the ring on, I jumped into his arms, beyond excited. The moment felt surreal. For our engagement session, we chose to incorporate some of the things that make us, us. We included bikes, the creek, trees and the great outdoors because those are things we love. Dave is very much the outdoorsy “mountain man" type, and although I’m a bit of a girly-girl, I am very adventurous and love to be outside. We also included Dave’s Jeep because it’s his second love (after me, of course). The Jeep was a father-son project that they have made into a great car for adventures! Kelsey and Talon were great at capturing “us” in our photo shoot by getting to know us beforehand. They definitely made the session special.
Photography: Feather & Twine Photography / Location: Richardson, Texas