Son and Vienna Engaged

by | Bride, Engagements


Oh Sydney, how you taunt me with your warm sunny weather! But alas, you’ve had a long cold winter too and this engagement shoot of Son and Vienna captures your vibrant Autumn colours and their formal clothes add something a little fresh to this stylish shoot!

Annie from Annie Q Photography captured today’s photographs and let me in on a little about the shoot.  “Sydney weather is unpredictable lately. One minute, the cloud is so thick and water pours down from the sky and the next minute you can see blue sky and the sun emerge. That was the weather on the day of this photoshoot. We talked many times on the phone, pondering on whether we should just cancel and reschedule for another day but in the end, we decided to just go ahead and see how the weather unfolded. And it was just perfect! Just like this couple, Son and Vienna.

They were just sweet and fun and so in love and we ended up having a ball. They met just shortly after finished high school and since then, much laughter and tears were shared and much pain through the game of tickling each other. Son said people say bad things happen in threes and so in 09.09.09, he forever changed that saying for Vienna. by kneeling on his knee to propose to her. Vienna, said to me, “Son never ever takes a day off work, not even when he’s sick”,  so that day was definitely a memorable day for her.”

Photos by Annie Q Photography


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  • Thao says:
    October 2, 2010 at 8:30 pm

    Love the colours

  • Madison says:
    October 4, 2010 at 6:10 am

    Such a cute couple! Congratulations…

    I love the idea of taking pictures with the dry-erase board! It would be a great idea to use this as a theme for the save-the-dates, RSVP cards and Thank you notes. I would have the couple pose a different way for each card and change the writing on the dry-erase board. This is also a very versatile idea. It could be used on the beach, in the snow, in the city or in a rural town.

    Another element of this photo-shoot that I love is the different backgrounds. Some photos have colorful leaves, but the next picture there are no leaves.

    Great job on adding variety to an engagement photo shoot!

  • Anh says:
    October 5, 2010 at 1:23 am

    So excited to have one of my shoot posted on your blog! woot! 🙂

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    October 25, 2010 at 12:30 pm

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