A couple Portrait Session in the Peak District with Paige & George

November 14, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
With some, we’re certain our hearts must have been acquainted, long before we ever met them” ~ Shakieb Orgunwall

Getting to Know Paige + George during their Sheffield Peak District Engagement Session was a lot of fun.  It was like meeting with familiar friends and going for a stroll in one of our favourite spots, a mutual favourite.

We are suckers for a good love story and Paige + George's is one of true strength and love...

Paige is from a small town in West Texas called Garden City, where she grew up on a cotton farm, and George is from Broom, England right next to Stratford-upon-Avon, the home of Shakespeare! The pair met in September of 2014, at a training program in Houston, Texas for an engineering firm, that they both worked for.

Paige + George describe their ‘togetherness’ as a crazy whirlwind romance where they were inseparable right from the start.  So I think Stanage Edge definitely represented this (it was a crazy windy day, but stunningly beautiful), and it’s the place where George proposed to Paige this July… Paige describes the day as “perfect.”

Paige + George will be having a Summer wedding in the Cotswolds.  And due to living at different sides of the pond they had to have a long distance relationship for around 2 years, so they can't wait to start their lives together in England very soon!  And we are totally excited for them to start their beautiful journey together and we cannot wait to document their beautiful wedding.

Check out their photos below.

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