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This '101 Dalmatians' Engagement Shoot Is Adorably On Point

09/18/2015 04:17 EDT | Updated 09/18/2015 04:59 EDT

Summertime engagement photo season is just about to wrap up, and with this adorable entry, we're going to say it's officially over.

In a too-cute-for-words engagement shoot by photographer Melissa Biggerstaff of Rusty Lion Art in Chicago, her cousin Corinne Jones and fiancé Tony Collier recreated one of the most memorable scenes in the 1961 classic, "101 Dalmatians."

"I have always loved that Roger and Anita were not the typical fairy tale characters," Jones told The Huffington Post Weddings. "They were believable characters who didn't just come together merely by wishing on a star and casting a magic spell. Pongo had to take the first step."

And to top if all off, the couple's dogs Mookie and Izabelle also took part in the shoot.

"Izzy and Mookie, although a bit older, pudgier, and sans spots are the greatest family pets and we wanted to make them an indelible part of our memories," Jones said.

The couple met in 2009 in university and both ended up working at Disney World after graduating.

"She had her heart set on recreating a cute scene from her favorite Disney movie. She is the BIGGEST 101 Dalmatians fan," Biggerstaff wrote on Facebook.

Check out some of our favourite shots below courtesy of Rusty Lion Art.