It's easy to forget that the software engineers on your development team are also your stakeholders. They need a particular view of solution architecture in order to understand how they fit into the development ecosystem.
Expect to be challenged. As you walk through your vision or proposal for how a solution should be analyzed and architected be prepared to field questions from developers. More importantly, be prepared to answer those questions from developer’s point of view using terminology and analogies they understand. Since software architecture concepts deal with systemic issues of a software solution that extend beyond the routine scope of a software developer, be prepared to also educate developers on why it’s important to evaluate and address crosscutting solutions needs. You’ll have to demonstrate why a software architecture centric view is necessary and why a given approach (e.g. concentrating on architectural drivers early on) best suits a given situation. And of course the tone of your voice, your presentation style, and the pace of your communication with the development team must take into account the individual needs and backgrounds of your team members.
Remember that the software engineers on your team are also your solution architecture stakeholders.