Ariane & Bob – Swampscott, MA – North Shore Engagement Photographer

Ariane and Bob are such a sweet couple! I enjoyed getting to know them during this shoot! 🙂 They chose Marian Court College for their session location, which was a first for me. It’s a small private college right on the ocean in Swampscott, MA. I was impressed by the ornate, old architechture and gorgeous views of crashing waves on the rocky cliffs of Swampscott. It was a cold day but Ariane and Bob were great sports and their love for each other was so evident in all the photos.

Future Mr. and Mrs. Dobias!

Together Since: February of 2009

Engaged On: May 26 2013

Getting married: July 26 2014

Wedding Location: The Elks at Bass Rocks
Her Occupation: Applied Behavior Analysis (In a self-contained special needs classroom) Preschool Teacher

Originally from: Roslindale (Boston) Ma
His Occupation: Arborist

Originally from: Swampscott Ma
How did you meet?

  Bob and I met at a party in college. He was sleeping in his room and someone walked in thinking it was the bathroom. Lucky for me, he woke up and we spent the next hour and a half talking to each other. 🙂
How did he Propose?   

Bobby and I went to our old apartment in Nahant to give it a quick last glance, as our lease was ending on May 31st. Since it was such a gorgeous day, Bobby suggested we go for a walk on Northeastern’s property to the tip of Nahant.

It was a fun hike; All the way out we reminisced about how we had climbed the rocks once before in May of 2009, only three months into our relationship. We stopped to take pictures, Bobby was laughing while telling a story of a fishing adventure he once had there on the rocks.

After walking all the way out to the point, we sat down with our feet hanging over the water. Totally unexpected, Bobby turned to me and asked me to marry him. After the shock wore off, obviously I said yes! His response was, “Ok good, now hurry and let me put the ring away before it falls off this cliff!” 🙂

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