One year ago, during this same week of Thanksgiving, Wes and Emma were introduced by mutual friends and enjoyed a time of light conversation and lots of laughter at an annual turkey fry. Emma has always said that love at first sight doesn't exist, but boy was she wrong. When she first saw Wes she mentioned to a close friend that he was different. And after this first year of getting to know him she has confirmed that because he is not only handsome and full of life, but he is the epitome of the southern gentleman.
On October 17, 2015, they were coming back from eating and made a normal stop at the shop behind Wes’s parent’s house, but this trip would be VERY different. With a diamond ring tucked in his pocket, Wes helped Emma get out of the truck; he then got down on one knee for his marriage proposal. I think there was a few "shocked" shut ups thrown in there, Wes said but after the initial shock, she of course said YES! The fun didn’t stop there though, they proceeded to walk into the shop where she started recognizing cars and it was all of their closest family and friends there to celebrate with them!
The spot they picked for the engagement session is very near and dear to my heart. It was the family farm I grew up on, so when they chose Moore Farms, I knew the backdrop would not disappoint. The perfect day plus the love these two share made for a magical photo session.
They will be getting married next spring at Lofty Hitchins in Lawrenceburg, TN and Mark and I absolutely can NOT wait to share that special day with you two!
Thank you again for choosing A&M Cunningham Photography.
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