I typically wait at least a few days before posting blog previews of sessions, simply because I don’t have the time. But as soon as I was finished with this engagement session Sunday evening, I knew I’d be putting in some serious hours to get their preview up ASAP. I simply fell head over heels for everything about this session.
When discussing with the bride-to-be what she and her fiance would like for their engagement session, she mentioned a covered bridge, and it took off from there. I found a slightly more modern one nearby that we both loved, and we decided to head there during the oh-so-precious golden hour (otherwise known as the magic hour). In a car packed full with a vintage bike, a basket of roses, one of my favorite chairs, and a playlist to accompany (naturally!), we arrived at the Captain Swift bridge, and it was everything we hoped for.
Not only was I graced with delicious light and beautiful scenery, but Natalie and Steve are a gorgeous couple who obviously adore each other, and were open to every suggestion I had. What more could a photographer ask for?
Our session was sprinkled with laughter, intimate moments…and rose petals! I wanted a romantic, carefree, blissful, feel in Natalie and Steve’s photographs, with sweet, fresh colors in processing, and I think we achieved exactly that. I hope you enjoy this beautiful prelude to their nuptials in a few months. I can’t wait to see what magic we create on their wedding day!