David and I had a wonderful time photographing Jeremie and Sarah’s TCU Baseball engagement session! We started at the Lupton Stadium, then went to the Fort Worth Botanic gardens for the last half of the session. We are so excited to be working with this couple and can’t wait for their wedding!
Check out Sarah’s sweet account of their love story:
“Jeremie and I met in January 2014. We were introduced by a mutual friend and immediately knew we enjoyed each other’s company. We started to spend a lot of time together, watching Team Canada hockey games and movies, and trying new restaurants in town. After about two months of spending time together as friends, we made it official.
Jeremie says he knew from day one that he was going to be with me. I was in a stage of life where I wasn’t looking to date anyone, but as our friendship grew and I learned truly just how wonderful he is I knew I had fallen for him. After just a few months, I told him I loved him. He is kind, humble, hard-working and loves the Lord. I told him just recently that when I reflect on what I imagined to be “the perfect man” when I was younger he completely exceeds the list. Back then, I was hoping for a man who is tall, athletic, loves his family and is driven. Jeremie is all of that and so much more.
Our first two years of dating were spent together in Texas. Jeremie played baseball at TCU his junior and senior year, and the team played back-to-back in the NCAA College World Series. After graduation in December 2015, Jeremie moved back home to Calgary, Alberta, Canada, while I stayed here in Fort Worth. We have racked up a ton of frequent flyer miles between Fort Worth, Calgary, Connecticut (where my parents live), and our latest adventure to Iceland with Jeremie’s company, World Financial Group.
Jeremie proposed on New Year’s Eve (2016) in Central Park in New York City. His original plan was to propose a few days earlier but between both my mom and sister coming down with the flu, and a few rainy days, the plan kept changing. It was a magical day. With hardly anyone nearby, Jeremie got down on one knee and asked if I would spend the rest of my life with him! And,of course, I said, “YES!!” My sister, who I thought was casually walking around with us to take pictures of the park and the city skyline, captured the moment. In on the plan, my parents had gone ahead of us to get a table overlooking the lake at the Loeb Boathouse for a celebratory brunch.
We are thrilled to be engaged and can’t wait to see what the Lord has in store for this next chapter of our lives!”