San Francisco UP inspired Engagement by Delighted Images


You can tell when a couple just wants to have fun! Today we have an adorable engagement session where the couple played around with two themes which all came out beautifully. From the very whimsical UP movie theme with the balloons and suitcase addition to the Indian cultural style where Navneet wore her beautiful and colorful attire. Both themes show a burst of color, fun and love!

Coming from traditional families, Navneet and Arshdeep decided to have two separate shoots, the first depicting the personal proposal story and the second with more traditional portraits. Arshdeep proposed to Navneet in the Japanese Tea Garden in Golden Gate Park with the help of his sister and a cellist. To memorialize this moment in their newly shared history, they chose the Japanese Tea Garden for the first part of their engagement shoot.

Inspired by Adventure and the love story that opened the movie, Up, Navneet and Arshdeep wanted to incorporate balloons and a vintage suitcase as a nod to the sweet movie. With her cute yellow dress and cobalt blue shoes against his stylish sweater, Navneet and Arshdeep really gave a the popular theme a personal touch.


The second half of the shoot took place as the famed Legion of Honor. Navneet was totally glammed up in her traditional Indian attire in teal and fuchsia with gold accents. With Knotsvilla being head over heels in culture, color, and themes, this session surely gets a nod from us at the Villa!


Wishing Navneet and Arshdeep are happy wedding planning journey and an even happier marriage ahead!

Vendors – Photographer:  Delighted Images | Reception Venue: Legion of Honor | Submitted via Two Bright Lights

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