University of Chicago Engagement – Curtis & Susann

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With “outtakes” as adorable as this first image, you know Curtis & Susann’s University of Chicago engagement session was one adorable evening. These two will be celebrating their big day at the lovely Cannon Green in Charleston, but as we always say, the engagement session is an opportunity to document another part of your love story you might not otherwise have time for on the big day. What is a more fitting than going back to where it all began? While we don’t typically suggest props during engagement sessions, given Curtis & Susann often spend more time in an airport than their own home, we just couldn’t resist letting the other crucial items in their relationship having a cameo. Be sure to scroll all the way to the end to see a peak into the more realistic way these two sneak kisses with each other during busy work weeks.

 

 

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