Just a simple, sweet engagement session today. We’re still giddy over the timeless romance of this couple’s session, from the fog over the lake, to the dappled sunlight – and of course, the way they look at each other!
“After all the pressure, planning, and business of dealing with the wedding, the first look was a intimate/private moment the two of us got to share alone,” Courtney describes. “He also may have shed a few tears that he would not have wanted everyone else to see. During the first look,
You can’t deny looking through these photos that the nautical vibe was pulled off gracefully…
I knew Andrea long before she ever met John. She a cherished close friend and has modeled for me numerous times!! I was so honored to be able to photograph Andrea and John’s wedding. Their wedding was full of beautiful DIY masterpieces! This vintage wedding, held on family property, was complete with charm and attention to detail. From flea market treasures, vintage china plates and teacups, hand sewn napkins . . .
These two are so incredibly cute. Looking at them there is no way around it, but as you look at these photos, I hope there is something else you notice… gentleness. When I photograph couples, I often get to know them as we hang out… and in turn learn a little of their love story. Alicia, Everett and I began our shoot at a local coffee shop where they told me the story of how their relationship began (as I snapped some candid photos of course). Its a story that involved Everett intentionally seeking Alicia out, Alicia slowly getting to know him, Everett wondering if she wasn’t interested… but not giving up… walking a fine line between persistence and giving Alicia space and time to figure out what she wanted, hoping he wouldn’t get stuck in the “friend zone”.