Chelsea and James ended up on deciding to do their engagement session at Pinhey’s Point in Dunrobin. It was kind of funny how we ended up here because originally we had another spot planned. The other spot had a really pretty willow tree. But, a few days before the session, someone decided to give this willow tree a hair cut. It was not a pretty one either. This was the main attraction to that location so they quickly had to come up with another idea. When they told me they decided to switch it to Pinhey’s Point I was so excited because I have been waiting for someone to choose this spot! It has everything you would want in an engagement session! Well, not a willow tree, but it has everything else! It has water with a rocky beach, stone ruins which are still in amazing shape, and a big open field with longer grass!
Chelsea and James met at a mutual friends birthday party six years ago. They hit it off right away, they had so much in common and the same sense of humour so they quickly became friends. After seven months of hanging out and getting to know each other he finally made a move and kissed her! They have been inseparable ever since. They both always knew they would be together forever but had never actually talked about marriage. One day out of the blue, James came home from work with a coffee and a ring, which he then asked Chelsea to marry him. She of course said yes!