For years I have wanted to do a Millennium Gate engagement session. When Ronin contacted me for his proposal to Bibha, I was very excited to get to do a Millennium Gate engagement session afterwards! All of my proposals include a complimentary engagement session immediately after the proposal, so we planned this sweet proposal with plans to shoot their Millennium Gate engagement session immediately afterwards. Y’all, this location is stunning, especially in the spring! I loved the white cherry blossoms around the location.
A lot of people in the Atlanta area who go to Atlantic Station see this unique structure, but don’t know what it is. From their website, it says, “Opened in 2008, the Millennium Gate Museum was built to preserve and interpret Georgia history, art, culture and philanthropic heritage. The museum is a 501(c)(3) non-profit and a winner of the Palladio Award for design of a public space. The original concept was planned for Washington D.C. by the American Urban Design Foundation, now the National Monuments Foundation.” I ashamed to admit as a person who loves history preservation, I have never visited the museum itself; but this was also my first time shooting a Millennium Gate engagement session, so I’ll make sure to swing back by for a visit to the museum at some point!
Bibha and Ronin were simply the sweetest, so many smiles and laughter during this session! It’s one of the reasons why I love doing engagement sessions right after proposals. The couple is always so happy and smiling that they naturally can’t help but be giddy and joyful during their session. Bibha and Ronon were no exception to this.
I also love that Ronin included their friends and family for their proposal. They waited patiently while we went and shot their engagement session afterwards and were thrilled to celebrate with the happy couple once we finished.
Congratulations to Bibha and Ronin and your engagement! Thanks so much for having me be a part of your special afternoon!
See? Look at their laughter and smiles! Look at that ring! Can I shoot at this location every spring!?