Megan & Tyler
An almost melodious harmony was buzzing in all directions. The flowers were in full bloom, meaning the bees had found the mother-load for their hive. The splashes of color from the flowers in every direction combined with a breathtaking view of the lake and cliffs, meant that we had found the perfect spot for Megan and Tyler’s Tony Grove wildflower engagement session.
After all, this was a place that was one of their favorites, so much that it was going to be the place that Tyler proposed to Megan, but since this year has been so cold, it was impossible to get to the place he wanted to go because of the amount of snow still at this high of an elevation. The snow was actually a blessing in disguise, and it allowed the flowers to stick around much longer than usual. So even though the proposal didn’t happen here for these two, their engagement photos did, and they were definitely worth waiting for the snow to melt.
Megan and Tyler met via an online dating app (through a “Mutual” friend as Tyler would say). They both remembered that during their first date, they both felt like they could talk to each other so easily. Megan let Tyler “geek out” and Tyler was so excited for Megan going to school to get her PhD. Afterwards, they found out that they had multiple mutual (not the app) friends, but somehow, they never met each other. After spending a few days with these two, we can tell that they were meant to be. They just could not stop laughing together and having a good time!
Megan and Tyler, thank you so much for letting us take your photos for your Tony Grove wildflower engagement session! We are so happy for you, and cannot wait for winter (not the cold though! 🙂 ) because we get to photograph your wedding day!
Ring: Sierra West Jewelers
Tyler’s shirt: Express
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