Kyle had to wait a LONG time on bended knee.
It was an incredibly blustery day. A snowstorm bringing 12-16 inches of snow was blowing into Tahoe just as Kyle bent down to patiently await his bride-to-be’s reaction. The wind was howling relentlessly. Madeline was pre-occupied taking photos of Emerald Bay and she couldn’t get her phone to work. After what felt like minutes while I giggled under my breath, she finally turned around and of course, said yes.
To escape the wind, we left Emerald Bay State Park and headed down to explore the Taylor Creek Visitor Center for a quick engagement session which was thankfully significantly more comfortable than it was up in on the ridgeline! I’m excited for this awesome couple of five years and their future together!
Are you planning a Tahoe winter proposal? Hiring a professional photographer is a great way to have your special moment captured and secure awesome save-the-date photos all at the same time! I’m happy to help you come up with a plan and a location. It’s always good to remember that Tahoe roads can close in the Winter so back up locations and realistic expectations are always recommended. After all – there could be a snowstorm blowing in that day!