Ajiri Adores Abisola: SF Bay Area Engagement Session


Happy New Year! We’d like to kick off our first blog post of the year by welcoming Abisola and Michael (Ajiri) to the U & I family! We feel so lucky to be a part of such an exciting time in their lives. We had a hard time picking out engagement photos to share with you because they’re all so stunning! 

Kola Shobo of KSJ Photography, did a fabulous job capturing this classy, stylish couple and their precious love for each other. Love is indeed sweet!

Before we reveal a few of their engagement shots, here’s an excerpt of their cute proposal story as told by the bride-to-be 🙂

” . . . I took a sip of water and looked up briefly; lo and behold Ajiri was by my side on bended knees. I swallowed my water really quick and said “Ajiri what are u doing, get up and lets go” thinking to myself this is not the time to be goofy. I looked around the restaurant, everyone was looking at us, the waiter had a camera, I looked back down at Ajiri professing his love to me. I felt so silly, shocked and SURPRISED. Ajiri asked, “will you grow old with me?” In an attempt to say YESSS!! I started choking seriously, apparently the water I drank pre-surprise went down the wrong pipe. Ajiri looked confused wondering whether the choking was real or not, he quickly grabbed me some water. After about a minute of the mini chaos I said YESSS very loudly to the man I laugh with, live for, dream of and love.”

Awww . . . Congrats you two, can’t wait for the Big Day!

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