These lovebirds were made for each other. They both love science, learning, nature and hiking in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. It seems like people who can be goofy together, stay together.
As Elizabeth mentioned in her review this engagement photo session was quite impromptu. One of our common friends who was involved in the organizational aspect of the weekend, suggested to do an engagement photo shoot after the official proposal which took place the day before on Menemsha Beach in Chilmark at sunset.
Their relationship began when Elizabeth asked her roommate to invite Sterling to a house party. It wasn’t quite love at the first sight, and after their first date they went two weeks without talking, but once they fully connected the rest was history.
I asked if they had a funny, romantic, or touching story about their relationship, and her reply was that, “When the song "Shut Up and Dance" by Walk the Moon first came out, I heard it about 100 times a day on the radio and got so sick of it. Then one day when we got in the car to go on a road trip and Sterling says, "Hey, check out this great song I heard!", and blasted it. We never stopped laughing, and played it on repeat for what seems like forever while making up funny alternate lyrics. Now that's our song.”. It seems like people who can be goofy together, stay together.
My whole heart for my whole life.