Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Engagement Portraits by Ryan Burke

I'm sure you've all been waiting with baited breath, but without further ado, here is a handful of our engagement portraits by my dear friend, Ryan Burke. They were taken, in order, at the Ferguson Center for the Arts in Newport News, the David Student Union at Christopher Newport University (where we met) and on the boardwalk in Virginia Beach. I hope you enjoy and just wait, someday down the line, there will be many more where these came from.








13 comments:

Elizardbeth said...

Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!

exit_265c said...

They're so awesome and I love Sean's man-tastic beard!

Arthur said...

HA! These are awesome!

Amber said...

oh Arthur. that warmed my heart.

Kate said...

OMG you two are too cute for words! I'm tearing up over here! Love the bike one to pieces! Tell Ryan he did an excellent job!

Sara said...

These are super adorable. And Sean is rocking the beard.

Amanda said...

These are great! Ryan does not disappoint. :)

And you and Sean pulled of the cute whimsy very well. You look young, attractive, and in love. Perfect recipe for engagement shots, in my opinion.

And I'll now continue my day with "Bicycle built for two" in my head, thanks.

mark said...

these are wonderful!

omg bicycle built for two + a ferris wheel = what are you, korean pop stars cum belle and sebastian?

and that is still a badass beard, sean.

jelo.

mark said...

PS.

amber.

that necklace is beautiful.

Lindsey said...

They're Wonderful! I especially love number three.

Amy said...

This is totally Style Me Pretty/Once Wed blog worthy- you should submit them!

Amber said...

Amy: Thank you very much! Definitely inspired by some of those wedding blogs, for sure. Maybe when I get more of them, I'll send them to some blogs for consideration!

ginamom said...

all awesome of course... i love you in the third one and that is probably the best for a newspaper announcement but i am thrilled with ryan's signature jump shot... especially with sean standing still as contrast