Newly engaged couple Cori Broadus and fiancé Wayne Deuce are celebrating their upcoming wedding vows with a modern engagement shoot. The two shared their Bonnie and Clyde wedding-themed photo shoot Monday on Instagram with their friends, family and haters.
Broadus wore a white silk mini dress that emulated a wedding dress fit for the aisle. Bold lace detailed designs accentuated the satin number that accessorized the look with a veil, matching fingerless gloves and black open-toed heels.
The bride-to-be added jewels to her all-white look with a combination of silver jewelry sporting dangling teardrop earrings and a tennis necklace. She also wore a beautifully braided curl updo with silver hair charms.
Deuce matched his fiancee’s aesthetics by sporting a modern-day tuxedo piece and donning a black leather motorcycle jacket with matching black pants and a white tank underneath.
Broadus captioned her Bonnie and Clyde inspired Black and white photos, “I can’t lose when I’m with you.” She also posted another batch of intimate images in color captioned, “Mr. and Mrs. coming soon.”
Deuce shared his excitement with another loving caption, “The beginning of forever,” as Broadus put her middle finger to the negative comments and people who look down on her union.
The couple thanked and tagged photographer Emilynn Rose as the creative behind their romantic shoot.
Broadus said “yes” to her long-term boyfriend of four years in Nov. The couple has been dating since 2018.
Wayne involved family and friends in the special moment by proposing at a family gathering. The beautiful setup featured a large Will You Marry Me Cori sign lit behind them to add more romance to the scene.