Last week we ended up back at Springton Manor Farm (it’s quickly becoming a favorite spot!) on a beautiful fall evening. The leaves were changing and the birds chirped as we wandered around the farm for Noelle and Chris’s engagement session.
How They Met
Noelle and Chris are both athletes that attended West Chester University. She played soccer and him baseball. Chris first noticed Noelle when some of the baseball players were working a sporting event to raise money for their spring trip. It just so happened that this particular sporting event ended up being a soccer game. Chris couldn’t work up the courage to start up conversation with her at the game, but it just so happened that they ended up at the same friend’s house later. It was there that they started conversation and their story began… :)
Chris coordinated a lot to make the perfect (surprise!) proposal happen! Noelle has a friend who is pursuing photography and often asks Noelle to pose for her. So naturally Chris reached out to this friend and asked if she would set up a time with Noelle to do just that. They ended up at Gifford Pinchot State Park and Chris settled into a spot near the lake. He had made two big wooden frame that hinged together to pin pictures to of the two of them and their dog, Stanley. Chris knew that Stanley needed to be involved in the proposal too, so he made him a suit collar and bow-tie that he wore with a letter. The letter asked Noelle if Chris could be his dad. After Noelle read the letter, Chris got down on one knee and asked her to marry him. And their story continued…
Their Fall Springton Manor Farm Engagement
Since these two love the outdoors, we settled on Springton Manor Farm for their engagement! The fields, lines of trees, fences, and just overall beautiful views create the perfect setting. Noelle and Chris were so kind and loved snuggling up for those intimate moments, but even more so, loved laughing! I love when couples start to feel comfortable in front of the camera and their true feelings for each other shine through :)