Tucson Engagement Session at Sweetwater Trail


Mike and Mallory may have originally met through Tinder, but their story goes a little beyond that. When they originally matched online, Mallory was nervous to meet Mike, so it took a bit before the two of them were finally able to meet in person. However, when Mike finally asked Mallory to come meet him with some friends at Tucson’s Frog & Firkin, not only did their first interaction include Mike “icing” Mallory by having her get on one knee and chug a Smirnoff Ice, but it also solidified a natural chemistry that made the two of them inseparable ever since!  

Since that day, Mike and Mallory have traveled all around the country, adopted pups and created a life that emulates the joy they share together. One project Mike decided to take on was completely renovating their backyard and filling it with a gorgeous patio, string lights and beautiful outdoor furniture. What Mallory didn’t know at the time was that this was all actually a plan for Mike to create the perfect COVID-safe proposal spot! To tie it all together – Mike made a video for her to watch in the backyard that included over 75 of their closest friends and family, which all ended with Mike coming out and proposing to her! And if that isn’t the best outcome to come from a Tinder match, I don’t know what is!

What started as an online match bloomed into one of the most wholesome relationships. Mike and Mallory will getting married this year at the Tucson Museum of Art, and based on their incredible story and undeniable chemistry, I know it’s going to be an unforgettable celebration!

As an Arizona Fine Art Photographer, capturing the raw emotion that naturally flows from gorgeous couples such as Mike and Mallory really helps me to tell timeless love stories. Are you recently engaged? YAY! I would love to chat about your engagement and wedding photography needs!

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