Parisa and Ike’s engagement photos are some of our recent favorites, because the images truly embody what an engagement session is supposed to be about: becoming comfortable in front of the camera is important, but going beyond that to share your love for each other and celebrate the commitment you’ve made to spend your life by your partner’s side, and have it captured to remember forever. Paris and Ike’s waterfront photos are the perfect blend of intimacy and joy. We love the sense of pure happiness and utter calm in this set of images, and wish Parisa and Ike the absolute best!

From the bride:
“We were dreading taking these photos – neither of us are particularly comfortable in front of the camera and we were expecting it to be a completely awkward experience. We met Meghan just prior to our session and she immediately put us at ease. Within a few minutes it felt like we were hanging out with an old friend and all our fears of being intimately photographed disappeared. Meghan’s ability to empathize with and understand her subjects is obvious and makes all the difference in the quality of her work. We couldn’t be happier with how everything turned out or that we picked such a warm, funny, genuine and talented photographer to share our big day with. Picking Meghan is the second best decision I’ve ever made!”

Photography: M.K. Sadler | Jeans (both): J Brand | Parisa’s shirt: Nili Lotan | Parisa’s sweater: Marc Jacobs | Ike’s shirt: Ralph Lauren | Ike’s sweater: facconable


Comments (3)

Audrey {Custom Wedding Songs} | Reply

She is absolutely stunning!! Pretty backdrop.

Yours Truly Wedding Albums | Reply

Stunning beach engagement session! Lovely shoot!

Cendre Miller | Reply

Beautiful back drop and stunning captures. I love simple wedding proposals.. no embellishments.. just subtle heartfelt proposals. I found this chic unique jewelry box with a glow light on amazon http://goo.gl/VvdtNB which is perfect for a low key quite proposal particularly if you are think a night stroll and an impromptu romantic proposal on steps of museum… ;) :)