It’s not often you meet two people that make you want to be a better person. But that was the case with Rhea and Marlon. They are the kind of people, even when things seem crazy and you get down on the current status of things you see in the news, that give you hope for our future. I text back and forth with Rhea on a weekly basis just about life and silly photos.
We photographed Rhea and Marlon’s engagement session at the beautiful 1840’s Ballroom, they were super kind enough to allow us to photograph inside because it was a blistering 100 degree day, not including humidity, in Baltimore. So luckily the wonderful people of the ballroom were gracious enough to let us in to take photos!
A little back story on the couple from Rhea herself:
When choosing a photographer:
“A lot of couples I talked to said that if they could change anything about their wedding day, it would be to go above and beyond for their pictures. I knew at that moment I would spare no expense and I would get the best. I stalked Jill’s website and Pintrest and then excitedly showed Marlon and we both agreed we had to have her!”
How they met:
“Marlon and I met in Virginia Beach while vacationing separately. Once we started talking it was discovered that we grew up in the same town, had the same friends, but went to two separate high schools. After high school, he became a truck driver and I went away to college. We started dating but for six months we lived apart. When it was time to renew my lease, I decided not to and we moved in together It’s been a love story ever since. Marlon proposed to me on our one year anniversary day in our favorite city, Atlanta, GA! Of course I said YES!”
I hope you enjoy their session as much as I did 🙂