Giuliana and Danz’s engagement session at the Union Station in Denver, Colorado, is like a scene from a movie. How many times have we seen those heartwarming moments where just before you think the couple’s love is lost forever, they magically reunite in a train station to live happily ever after? This engagement session touches on all of those feelings and captures a much-in-love couple’s exciting next step.

One thing to know about Giuliana and Danz is that they are a very stylish duo. To start off the session, we see her show-stopping pair of studded Valentino heels.

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For the shoot, Giuliana wears a short black lace V-neck dress. Danz complements her style with a gray suit and light blue shirt. Big smiles are shared by both.

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One can’t deny Giuliana’s most fabulous accessory – her stunning pear-shaped diamond ring.

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Their sweet affection is on full display as Danz plants a kiss on his bride’s cheek.

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Union Station boasts eclectic architecture and design. From the vintage light fixtures to the wooden benches, it’s exactly what you’d picture.

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To change up their looks for the second part of the shoot, Giuliana changes into an off-white dress and Danz changes into a navy blue suit.

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The hustle and bustle of passersby don’t phase the two as they focus solely on each other.

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But Union Station isn’t just for hopping trains; it’s a shopping destination, too. This unique spot provides additional inspiration for getting a few more shots full of movement and interaction between the couple.

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Giuliana and Danz make their way outside and even though the streets are damp, they enjoy every second together.

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The wet buildings, the gray skies, and soaked streets make for an unconventionally beautiful backdrop for Giuliana and Danz’s final photo in the session.

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Sometimes, train stations aren’t meant for the final scene. Giuliana and Danz’s engagement session at Union Station proves that, just sometimes, they’re meant for “to be continued.”

Photography: Emily Sacco

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