Proposal | Lost Gulch Overlook | Summer
Mountain Overlook Pre-Dinner Proposal
Engagement celebration over dinner is better when the proposal happens before you sit down to eat. Patrick and Gabby might be quite the scene in a quiet romantic dinning room if he were to bust out a ring. Out on the mountain overlook she had the full range of motion for flinging her hair through the air as she dramatically demonstrates her excitement. Word is there was a playful do not propose to me a few weeks before the shoot. This will put you as a guy a little on edge particularly when you have lined up a photographer to stalk you in the bushes. Really this just was her not putting any demands or expectations out there but rather her just enjoying the place they were at in the relationship being playful, goofy, and just enjoying life together. My Oh My did that come out in the photoshoot. Outside of the heights being good for cuddling there was just this natural fit together. The kind of thing that I think the people on the rocks would think – I want that kind of love in my relationship someday. Since you guys are now planning a wedding does this mean you should get a 4 legged furry kid (dog)? Speaking of which Bokeh (our dog) was sorry that his schedule could not be freed up to make it on this shoot despite the invite. He would have loved it probably too much as he would have wanted to be in all the photos with you working it for the camera. If you need some dog time as you do not live too far from us in Denver let us know.
You can see more proposals here and read about how we do proposals on our engagement proposals page. If you like what you see here and are considering using this location here are some of the other shoots we have done at Flagstaff Mountain.