From a distance, the scene looked the same. The light pink walls of the Lido Theater in Newport Beach hadn’t changed and the ticket booth was illuminated the same it was when Mark proposed to Tiffany ten months ago. Last July, Tiffany walked into the theater with her boyfriend Mark to watch what she thought was a movie. As the lights dimmed and the credits began to roll, Tiffany knew it was a different kind of production. Mark put together a movie proposal that left everyone in the theater teary-eyed and the best part was Tiffany’s acceptance of his hand in marriage.
Mark and Tiffany decided to begin their engagement session at Lido Theater, and as they walked inside the brightly colored foyer, they looked very much the same and very much different from the two people who dedicated their lives to each other. They appeared more confident, more svelte, and more in love.
Documenting their lives and intersections of love means more to me because this is the first time I’ll be able to take part in every part of their declaration of dependence (the proposal, the engagement, and the wedding day). They have an amazing wedding planned this July at the beautiful Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach...I can't wait to hang out with them again and have some fun! :)
Here are a few of my favorites…