They met in high school. He was a senior and she was the cute freshman cheerleader. The cute freshman he couldn’t get out of his head. Once a year, he’d call her, asking her out each time. For THREE years. But not only did her parents forbid her to date, they would have also killed her for dating him based on the age difference alone.
By the time Brittney became a junior, she and her mother both decided it was time to give Mikey a chance. If only to finally make him stop calling.
So Brittney’s mother waited up the night of the first date to make sure her daughter made it home safely. But when Brittney finally arrived—declaring she’d just had the best night of her life—her mom was shocked. Brittney wasn’t supposed to like Mikey!
But Brittney did more than like Mikey. She fell in love with him. And next month, she’ll become his wife.
As for Mikey, he’s still not sure why he remained so persistant or patient. But he says Brittney was definitely worth the wait.
For their engagement photos, I met the happy couple at their home and we all drove to a nearby farm Mikey’s family owns. Their sweet bulldog, Bently joined in on the fun!
Brittney, you’re gorgeous. Period. Done. No other way to say it.
I adore these shots on the dirt road. Doesn’t get any more Georgia than that!
After a quick outfit change, we hit up downtown Adel and the Parrish House.
Brittney and I are almost ring twins! Hers is a princess cut, and mine is round, but the micropave bands are quite similar! Great job Mikey. 😉
Mikey and Brittney, I can’t wait to photograph your wedding next month! Not only does it mean I get to see you both again, it also means I can share Brittney’s BEAUTIFUL bridals with everyone!