Williamsburg Sunset Engagement Shoot | Towards the Moon
What a stunning engagement session with Averie from Towards the Moon! The newly weds were so in love with their session, they actually submitted this.
Here is what the newly engaged, Lexie, had to say:
"Tucker and I had been dating for 5 years, I flew out to LA for Tucker's last few days of a tour and his birthday. After his last show, we rented a convertible and took a road trip out to Joshua Tree, Palm Springs and headed up the coast towards Big Sur with a bunch of stops in between. We booked some cool airbnbs and amazing boutique hotels, but we were most excited to stay in the Madonna Inn. It is a kitschy hotel with tons of different themed rooms to which we picked a hilarious sparkly pink room called, "The Merry Room," and had a dinner reservation at their restaurant that evening.
After taking about an hour of hilarious photos with sparkly walls and jumping on the bed, we got ready for dinner. Tucker decided to wear his favorite Hawaiian shirt. As I was doing my hair I noticed Tucker weirdly moving furniture around the room. I popped my head out of the bathroom to ask him why he was moving things around, he said he wanted a photo of us in front of the sparkly wall. So, I ignored his huffing and puffing and continued getting ready; what a weirdo!
I finished getting ready, he asked me to set the photo timer on my phone because I was better at it. I set it up and we took a hideous picture and then did a redo. As the timer on the phone counted down, Tucker got down on one knee and asked me if I would marry him, just as the photo went off. We have a picture of this moment and it literally captures the moment perfectly, including my shocked face. I said yes!!
We went to dinner and barely ate because we were so excited. I drank a bottle of Rose and he had many Moscow Mules; we laughed and danced and laughed even harder when the wait staff told us they were calling Tucker "Ace Ventura" in the kitchen, he really looked like him in his Hawaiian shirt.
He custom made me the most beautiful ring with a great friend of ours. He kept it a secret throughout the whole process, I didn't know anything about it. It was made in New York and he had shipped it to his dressing room on tour and it arrived just hours before I got to his show that evening so that he could ask me at some point on our road trip.
The next day we called some family and texted some close friends, then drove to Big Sur and had no phone service for 2 days. We had a romantic dinner and went to bed by 8 p.m. On the last day of our trip before we jumped on the plane, we both posted a picture announcing our engagement at In-N-Out burger, then turned off our phones and got on our flight."