This summer engagement session from Nattnee Photography makes me want to pack my bags, grab the hubby, give him a big cuddly squeeze and get out of Hong Kong for a sunny getaway. Every single image in this dreamy peachy session is picture perfect and I’m pretty sure it doesn’t get any prettier or sweeter. I mean, what could be more romantic than spending a sun-drenched day with your loved one? Nothing, if you ask me. Oh, what I’d give to feel that kind of warm sunshine on my face whilst snuggling up to the hubby right now!
Bride-to-be Mish shares, “Sacha and I met through mutual friends on a night out during uni break. I remember the first time I saw him and I even remember what he was wearing even though it was almost 10 years ago that we met! We were initially friends for a very long time (almost 5 years) before we decided we couldn’t be without each other.”
“Sacha proposed on our four year anniversary. He arrived at my house to pick me up and told me he was driving me to a “secret location”. After a short drive we arrived at a beautiful spot on Sydney Harbour near Seaforth. As we walked down to the jetty I noticed the little boat that Sacha had hired for the day. The weather was glorious as we set sail. We docked for a champagne picnic lunch that Sacha had packed for us. He then pulled out a long box from his jacket pocket. The box contained a delicate bracelet that had the words “will you marry me?” engraved on it. As I looked up I saw Sacha bent down on one knee holding the most amazing sparkling diamond ring I had ever seen. Of course I said yes!”
“We wanted a casual, fun and relaxed shoot where we could be ourselves. We incorporated the peachy-pink colour theme of our wedding into our engagement shoot. I wore a flowy peach summer dress and Sacha wore a matching silk bow tie. We also liked the idea of natural surroundings because we wanted to make use of Sydney’s sunny weather.”
“We handmade a sign with our wedding date and strung it together with household string. We also used white wooden ‘M’ ‘&’ ‘S’ letters from Typo and a natural timber ‘LOVE’ sign we purchased from a art store called Eckersley’s Arts and Crafts in Sydney. We also incorporated fresh flowers that Sacha picked for me on the day in our shoot.”