Earlier today, we got a look at Julia and Bruce’s straight out of a magazine high fashion engagement session on The Strip photographed by Renaissance Studios Photography. Those pictures were super hot and stylish, but the second part of their engagement session is a little bit quirky.

Since Julia and Bruce were planning their wedding at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto to have a musical theme, their photographers Clint and Shawn thought it would be fitting to make the music happen in their engagement session, too.

Now most photographers might find a set of ivories in a piano bar on The Strip and take a few photos at it, but not this intrepid pair. They found a piano on Craigslist and went to go pick up the piano with a rented U-Haul truck. That’s when they found out the rental truck didn’t have a ramp and that upright pianos were very, very heavy.  All ended well though – the piano made it out to the desert, totally surprised the bride and groom and the photos are absolutely fabulous. 

Oh and the piano? It was gifted to a member of staff at Planet Hollywood Resort, where they were staying, much to the recipient’s delight. Now that’s music to this blogger’s ears. 

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Shot on Location at: Valley of Fire State Park / Photographer: Renaissance Studios Photography / Piano, chair, lamp and assorted other props:

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  1. Angie Kelly, Wedding Officiant

    Say WHAT!? Those photogrphers sure did go to great lengths, my goodness! Love the first image!

  2. Kelly

    I can only imagine the scene when they were trying to lift that piano up and into the truck bed… I’ve moved before in a U Haul. It wasn’t pretty.

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