Hank and Trinity were always looking for that perfect spot for their romantic mountain engagement. They had hiked through rugged terrains, camped under starry skies, and survived treacherous weather conditions – all in the name of finding the most breathtaking view. And finally, they found it – a spot so stunning that it melted their hearts and solidified their love. Sure, the altitude caused them to gasp for breath, but the view was worth it. The sun-kissed peaks glowed like fiery beacons, the valleys below told tales of mighty rivers flowing through rich forests, and the eagles circling overhead added an air of majesty to the whole scene. Truly, there’s nothing quite like an engagement ceremony that pays homage to the great outdoors.
How did you meet?
We met during a night out. We were introduced through a mutual friend and since the town we live in is so small we started to see each other around.
We ran into each other one weekend at a crowded live music event. We started chatting and though we were strangers we really clicked and felt very comfortable around each other. We went on a walk together a few days later which we now consider our first date… and the rest is history!
What is your proposal story?
We were hiking up Mission Ridge late November. It started lightly snowing and it truly felt like a winter wonderland. After hiking for a while enjoying the sights and each others company we turned around. On the way down the mountain we stopped at a view point. As we stood there, Hank reached into his pocked and pulled out a small box. He got down on one knee and said, “I know this wasn’t the proposal I had planned, and I don’t know if this is the perfect time, but Trinity, will you marry me?” Of course! She said, overwhelmed with emotion and with tears streaming down her face. Hank slipped the ring on her finger, and they hugged each other tightly, and enjoyed the moment.
Tell us about the ring/band.
Hank’s band has an an offset redwood inlay in matte black tungsten.
Trinity’s ring is rose gold with a natural opal stone. It has a stacking opal and engineered diamond band.
Tell us about your engagement shoot outfits and accessories.
We went for a neutral color pallet so we would look like we were apart of the natural landscape. Beige/ creams/ pink.
Have you started planning your wedding? What is your wedding date?
We were married last year, June 11,2022.