Adaobi + Ogonna Engagement Session | Georgian Terrace hotel | Lenox Park | Atlanta Wedding Photographers

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Hello there! Adaobi & Ogonna are getting married exactly 1 month from today! Bad weather almost prevented this shoot from happening but thank God the rain held up.  I enjoyed my time with this awesome couple. Their fun and laid back attitude made the shoot a breeze. We started off at the Historic Georgian Terrace Hotel then proceeded to Lenox Park. Looking forward to the wedding next month. Check out some images below and the story of how they met. Enjoy!

According to Her:

It wasn’t the ‘love at first sight’ type of meeting, but it was ‘love at first talk’. Ogonna and my older brother, Uzo, were classmates in secondary school (FGC Nise). So I would say he knew me ‘indirectly’ though I didn’t know him. A mutual friend hit me up, asking for permission to give out my number to Ogonna. I was skeptical to talk to him at first, especially since he lived far away. However, I still agreed to give it a try.
The first few days we talked, the connection was shocking and almost unbelievable. We had a lot in common, including mutual friends. We talked and laughed day after day, night after night, and the rest they say is history.

According to Him:

I don’t know how to explain how God placed this amazing lady in my life. However, I’ve truly seen that everything happens for a reason.
I first knew of Adaobi when her pic caught my eye on her brother’s (who happens to be my high school buddy) Facebook page. I didn’t think too much of it, as she was just my friend’s sister, at the time at least. After I had practically forgotten all about that incident, my uncle’s wife wanted to introduce me to a friend that she grew up with. When I heard her name I was shocked that it was the same girl I had secretly admired a while back. After I calmed the butterflies in my stomach and finally gave her a call, I got to know a girl that I felt like I’d known all my life. I was also shocked at the number of mutual friends we had, but never crossed paths earlier.
As time went by, and we grew closer and closer, I had no doubt in my mind that I had found the girl I wanted to spend the rest of my life with. A girl that is perfect for me.

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