Princeton University is one of my favorite locations and town in Central New Jersey for engagement session photos. Princeton has a special place in my heart as it was the first town I moved to when moving to America. I hope you’ll enjoy these fun engagement photos.
What I will remember from their Princeton University Engagement session is that wanting to be with the person you love can take time, energy and a lot of concession. These two are proof that anything is possible. Ben and Yari met a few years ago back in Mexico when Ben was visiting a good friend of Yari. A few years past and it was Yari’s turn to come to the US and experience a different life. Ben is from upstate NY and Yari was moving to New Jersey, it was great for both of them to start hanging out together again.
Traveling back and forth from NY state, falling in love a little bit more after each date, and 3 years later, Ben proposed. He came to Princeton, went out with Yari and a bunch of friends and finally ask the question. Being in a long-distance relationship isn’t the easiest, and I know for fact! These two are finally moving together. They took their way upstate NY the following day of our session. I wish you all the best for this coming year!
Again, congratulations you two on your engagement, I can’t wait for your wedding next year.
Princeton is one of the cutest towns located in Central New Jersey. Only an hour away from New York City by train, it’s the perfect little getaway for a weekend trip. Princeton is obviously known for its Ivy League Princeton University. The university is located in the center of the town. In addition, Princeton is filled with amazing small restaurants, cafes, and history. Some of my favorite places include, Small World Coffee, The Alchemist Bar for a quick bite or quick drink at night with your friends. If you are a big fan of Mexican food the new restaurant Tacoria then will be for you! They make my favorite tacos in town and the atmosphere and decoration are absolutely perfect. And last but not least Princeton has two amazing locations for ice cream (I’m a big ice cream fan and always stop by one of these locations when I visit) The Bent Spoon and Thomas Sweet Ice cream.
Anyway, enough talking about food. You should wander around the university and let the architecture take you back to when Princeton was built. This is the kind of place that never gets old to visit. Princeton University has a big diversity in architecture. Every building looks different and this is what makes it so special to me. Also, look for the Prospect Garden inside the university and let yourself wander around the variety of flowers blooming during the Spring and Summertime. There is so much to see so plan ahead and give yourself enough time to wander around and experince the little shop in town as well.
What you should take a look at next: Winter Elopement in Princeton New Jersey at the cutest Bed and Breakfast in town.