Are you sitting down for this tender and romantic tulip field engagement session at Mount Vernon’s Tulip Town?!?When planning their engagement session, Piper and Andrew wanted a location that showed off spring flowers. After sending over a list of my favorite spring flower locations, I was ecstatic when they chose the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival for their engagement session. As if tulips themselves weren’t romantic enough, being surrounded by row after row of colorful tulips is a dream for swoon-worthy engagement photos. Wouldn’t you agree?
How They Met
Piper and Andrew first met working at a restaurant together. Andrew worked as a cook and Piper was a server at the restaurant. Despite being coworkers, it wasn’t until about six months later until the two had their first, real conversation. After that, all it took was a few small conversations before neither Andrew nor Piper could stop thinking about the other person. Piper ended up giving Andrew her number, they went on a lunch date the next day, and then spent everyday together for a year after that before starting a long distance relationship. I think it’s sweet that Piper and Andrew connected and both felt a spark so quickly!!!
Piper and Andrew’s proposal story begins with a spur of the moment trip to Snoqualmie Falls. They found a great spot with a view of the waterfall, which was when Andrew asked a passerby to take their photo together. Next thing Piper knew, Andrew was down on one knee and asked her to spend forever with him. What a surprise! Piper recalls that Andrew’s proposal was so sweet and intimate and I totally agree. Fast-forward to now to their picture-perfect and romantic tulip farm engagement session; these two are tying the knot in less than two months at VanArnam Vineyards in the Yakima Valley winery region and we can hardly wait for their big day!!!
Looking for more romantic locations like from this tulip field engagement session? For ideas, see some of my favorite spring locations here!