We are obsessing over this rustic, field engagement shoot captured by Chelsea Littleton Photography! Sunny and Chaz first met in 2015, when she traveled down from Wisconsin to attend a week-long horse show in Stillwater. Chaz approached her, asking if she needed help with her saddle, but since Sunny is quiet-natured, she quickly turned him down. Through his friendly persistence, he finally got through and the pair have been inseparable ever since. Now, after years of long-distance, they are finally ready to tie the knot! They originally planned to be wed in March but coronavirus had other plans and the couple decided to push their date back to the end of November. Their wedding, to be held at Rosemary Ridge, will be full of western boho style, incorporating a palette of cream, terracotta, brown and natural shades of green. Sunny says, “One of our favorite details of our upcoming wedding is the mixture of velvet, suede and lace in small doses. I LOVE texture and it gives everything a great vintage feel. Plus, we have been together for five years so we are ready (SO ready) to finally be married.” We are sure that their big day will be so stunning no matter what, because their love is SO apparent in this field engagement shoot. Read on to hear from the soon-to-be bride about how he proposed! Cheers to Sunny and Chaz!
Photos // Chelsea Littleton Photography
From the bride: “We were still dating long distance, so I flew down to Stillwater in October of 2017 for Chaz’s birthday. He told me we were going to his parents’ house for his birthday dinner, and when we got there the entire back yard was lit up with lights. It was perfect! Chaz knows I am an introvert, so a private proposal with just us and family was exactly what I wanted.”