This week we will take you for couple of journeys to different places of course with our love stories 🙂
Today we are heading to St.Andrews where we met with Eilidh and Ben for their engagement photo shoot some time ago. It was lovely, but windy evening walk at the beach and stonish pier.
They live down south, but Eilidh is from Scotland and they’ve met at St.Andrews Uni. This is the place where they will get married as well this coming Saturday. I can’t wait to see them again cuz on our shoot they both was already super excited about their Big Day, so I can only imagine how they are feeling right now!
As I mentioned above they met at St.Andrews Uni and even tho, they know each other for some time they’ve clicked at their friend’s birthday party some time later. Ben won Eilidh over with his amazing chat about being a ‘bouncer’ at the “Bop”.
Apparently Eilidh was the only person who did not see the proposal day coming. It is not a surprise as she was under the impression they had only been going out for 3 years when for real it was more like 4 and a half!
When their colleagues said Ben might propose she replay “I think I know my boyfriend better than you guys,” Woops!
There were tell tail signs in Paris as well, however Eilidh didn’t see them again. They had plans to see the show in the Moulin Rouge, but Ben being so excited about the proposal, forgot the tickets for the show. He thought he only had to remember the ring :)! A small win for Eilidh, as she got to eat two desserts when he ran back to the hotel for the tickets.
Ben was graced with the moment to propose, when She asked him on a scale of 1 to 7 about how serious things were between them. You may ask why 1-7 ?! Funny enough I was thinking about that as well and they said that “there is no middle on that scale”. Obviously the answer was probably 11 as she said yes when he proposed. They’ve decide to keep the big secret until the next day, before saying the news to everybody 🙂
The wedding ceremony is the thing that they are more excited about. It means so much to them to stand in front of their friends and family where it all began (St Andrews) and show their promise to each other.
To see more photos, as always please view the animation below 🙂