Merelise + Chris | Atlanta Engagement Photographers

Hi friends, 

I have been so impressed lately by the proposal stories of my couples. How these sweet boys have gone to such lengthy steps to make sure their proposal is beyond special to their ladies and the hardest part by keeping it a surprise. My favorite part is also hearing how they incorporated their families. For such a special moment for the two of them, how it also gets to be shared with the closeness of family, which is no easy task having that many people involved in such a big secret. As a mom of four girls, I can only imagine how special it is to to get to be involved and a part of the celebrating. 

For Chris and Merelise, there was a lot of family, a lot of coordinating, and a lot of heart that went into their engagement. From a very specific day of engagement timeline, to restaurant reservations, to Chris even asking Merelise’s work for time off so they could have a couple extra days to celebrate, there was no stone left unturned to make this such a memorable moment in their history. I was truly so impressed and so thankful to have heard their love story. Even more, just so very thankful to get to be their photographer! 

I am so excited to share their engagement session. We had a fun adventure in an old runned down mansion in atlanta, giving us such unique nooks and crannies to work with. 

Merelise and Chris, just adore you both and your love story. I am so excited to share these photos of such a fun afternoon, and certainly can NOT wait until the wedding next summer!!!

much joy!

Alea 

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