1980’s Themed Engagement Photos
Michelle and David are two of the most outgoing, energetic and adventurous people we have ever met. They love life and laughter like no couple we have ever seen. They wanted their engagement photos to be something no one would ever forget. Today we are very excited to share with you, Michelle and David’s 1980’s themed engagement photos.
Engagement photos may not be entirely accurate, since Michelle and David went to great lengths to procure the finest in 1980’s themed wedding attire. This included a heavy satin wedding gown, with full length sleeves, a daring neckline and super-crazy-poofy shoulders. In keeping with the theme, Michelle went all out with over crimped hair and bright blue eyeshadow.
David wanted to look the part of a 1980’s groom. So with a few image searches he quickly discovered the signature look of the 1980’s groom – the crumb-duster moustache and large aviator glasses. David found an artificial moustache that looked so convincing that we had a double take.
A small studio space was set up in Michelle and David’s living room to accommodate the retro backdrop and props. With a fitting 1980’s Hair Band soundtrack we were ready to make magic happen.
We love it when couples run with a crazy idea. Engagement photos are all about celebrating your love and looking forward to a bright future together. There is no limit to the possibilities and we encourage couples to make their engagement session their own.
Thank you to Michelle and David for a roaring good time and for inviting Deep Blue Photography to capture your 1980’s themed engagement photos.
Michelle and David also had a traditional engagement session and you can check out their photos here!
Themed engagement session
If you are planning for your engagement photos, please check out our guide! Its 100% free and may help you with some questions you had leading into your engagement photos. Couples often tell us that their engagement photos are the first time they have had professional photos take. We want couples to enjoy their sessions. It should not be stressful. They should not be nervous. Preparation is key!