Hey there! Welcome to the blog. Here you will find your stories-of how much you are adored, how much love and beauty there is among the chaos of life. I want you to be transported back in time and truly feel what this season of life was like. Whether it's capturing your love story and where your family begins, to hazy newborn days at home, or chasing your little ones around your favorite outdoor location, we will create something beautiful.
Holy cow it’s been awhile since I’ve blogged!! No better way to jump back into than giving you some tips on your engagement session.
I recommend having your engagement session opposite seasons than your wedding. If your getting married in the Summer or Fall, Spring is the perfect time for an engagement session! Having your engagement session in a different season than your wedding will give you a different feel to your images.
Chances are, you’ve planned your wedding to be during your favorite season! Do you have a second favorite season? Even if it’s only a couple months before your wedding, it’s okay to hold your engagement session then, because it will still give you a chance to get to know your photographer better before your big day, feel more comfortable in front of the camera, and give you a break from the wedding planning to spend some quality time together!
Is there a special place the two of you spend a lot of time together? Do you want to have it where your proposal was? Maybe it’s somewhere completely new, (or across the lake from where you’re getting married-like in this couple’s case!). It could be downtown, at a winery, your favorite cafe. The possibilities for your engagement session really are endless.
Even if you plan you session for spring, and the weather says sunny and warm, it can change in an instant! When we arrived to Brookwood Gardens, as soon as we stepped out of our cars, huge drops of rain began falling and rumbles of thunder were close by! We decided to wait the storm out and see if it’d clear up. I gladly suggested we head into town and get a drink while we waited the storm to pass. Sure enough it did, and it made the engagement session moodier and romantic!
The most important thing about your engagement session, no matter when or where you decide to have it, is be comfortable to have fun and be yourselves! Your love will shine through.
Ready to book your engagement session? I’d love to capture you!