Megan + Mark met as students at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and I think their love of their old college town may have had something to do with where they picked to do their engagement shoot. We started at Angell Hall where Megan fondly remembered taking English literature classes, before moving on to the University of Michigan Art Museum (UMMA) for a ride on the swing sculpture. No trip to campus for a former engineering student (Mark) would be complete without a stop at the Engineering Arch. Where, rumor has it, you will marry the first person you kiss underneath it before the end of your first semester in your freshman year. Mark + Megan may not have made it quite early enough, but it looks like the Engineering Arch won’t have to work it’s magic for these two to get hitched, as they’re planning their wedding for this August. To round out the perfect Ann Arbor Engagement, we had to stop by the peony garden at Nichols Arboretum. The Arb has long been a mainstay for students, and both Mark + Megan remembered coming often while in college. We were lucky that weekend the annual Peony festival was in full bloom and the garden was bursting with color. I had an absolute ball working with Mark + Megan for their engagement shoot and I can’t wait to photograph their wedding this August. Congratulations guys!