Alex & Humberto
Trinity Groves, the Continental Ave. Bridge and the Dallas skyline were the perfect backdrop for the future Mr. & Mrs. Talavera's engagement photo session!
The rain, the heat and the tricky light didn't stop Alex, Humberto and I from meeting in Downtown Dallas to capture their beautiful engagement photos.
I love the bold and vibrant colors captured. They were made possible by the beautiful blue sky (after an overcast day) and the yellow wildflowers blooming all around.
Please enjoy this beautiful session as well as Alex & Humberto's love story.
How did you two first meet? What’s your love story?
Alex: "We met online and Humberto wasn’t my first choice (haha) but he eventually won me over. It was at a point in both of our lives that we were willing to take a chance on something different. I fell in love with his voice before I even met him in person. I think we both find that we bring out the best in each other. He helps me be less impulsive and logical about decisions and I help him be less logical/more heart lead in life outlooks."
When did you get engaged and how?
Alex: "Labor Day of 2020. After I ruined his plans to set something up for me that day, he ended up asking after we had a long day of garage cleaning. I was hangry sitting on the couch (munching on crackers because he never has good snacks) when he came out from the room, got on one knee, and asked me the only way I allowed (lol( spur of the moment. It was perfect".
Alex & Humberto,
I can't wait to celebrate with with you on your wedding day! Thank you for making a hot Texas summer evening enjoyable!
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