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Linsey & Mallory – Celebrating Two Years Together

Linsey & Mallory – Celebrating Two Years Together

Yazi Davis photographer queer lesbian lovers beach anniversary photos Dancing With Her magazine America

Read more about Linsey & Mallory’s engagement story here.

Two years later and loving each other has only grown and set on fire. Mallory and I met on March 13, 2019, for our first date on a rooftop bar after matching on a whim on Tinder. We were engaged the following year, on March 13, 2020. Surrounded by our friends and family in that very place we went on our first date. 

We have since been able to make two moves together. Created a home of our own, and added another pup to our sweet family. Growing with Mallory has felt like walking on fresh crunchy leaves in the fall or how freshly baked cookies smell just out of the oven. There has been no greater privilege than to love one of the most colorful and kind souls. 

This year we celebrated our anniversary of the year we are to be married by having an intimate photoshoot on the beach before becoming the Mizics on September 18, 2021.

What is your favorite memory together?

Easily our first date, it was truly right out of a storybook. After we talked on the rooftop until it closed, we went back to her house, ate a frozen pizza, and talked until 5 am. 

What has been the biggest challenge you’ve had to overcome together?

Being in a long-distance relationship for the first eight months. It was so important to learn healthy, positive communication to grow the foundation further. 

Tell us your favorite thing about one another.

My favorite thing about Mallory is her kind heart. My favorite thing about Linsey is her freckles.


Captured by Yazi Davis

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