If the two of you met and fell in love in high school, snapping your engagement photos in your old high school or a classroom setting would be perfect. Kiss against your old locker or behind a book and make it even more perfect by wearing his old letterman jacket!
Base your pictures off of your favorite romantic movie – it doesn’t get any more romantic than “The Notebook.” Channel Allie and Noah with all the right clothes, vintage cars and a passionate love that can never be broken. How fun would it be to re-enact that picture of Noah and Allie kissing in the rain?
When you got engaged, what was one of the first things on your list? I’m betting it was to finally switch that relationship status from “In a relationship” to “engaged.” Let’s face it, Facebook has become an integral part of staying socially active. And if the two of you met online – there isn’t a more perfect theme! Have your photographer snap a few pictures of the two of you holding up a “like” sign and staring into each other’s eyes.
If you’re the adventurous type and love being outdoors, have your photographer catch the two of you right in your element. Hold each other close while harnessed up in the air with the beautiful scenery behind you. And hey, if you’re not about to climb up hundreds of feet on a jagged rock, I’m sure a rock climbing facility would be happy to have the two of you. Who said you couldn’t photoshop a beautiful waterfall into the background?
Grab a few butterbeers and your broomsticks for this magical photo shoot. Channel the love of Ron and Hermione by celebrating your engagement with the book series that the world fell in love with. Just don’t invite Voldemort.
Water balloon fight-themed
At this wet and unique photo shoot, have a basket full of water balloons to throw at one another. Some playful and adorable pictures can come out of this theme. And the sparkling water in the background of each photo is amazing.
Which theme best suits you and your spouse-to-be? Share your thoughts with us!
Photo credit: Paige Winn Photo