Aside from the undeniable sweetness and love portrayed in these photos, our couple also wanted to exude tranquility. They translated this state of mind through their outfits, poses, and venue. They didn’t want any pretenses and discomfort when it comes to what their wearing so they chose the ones they feel most easy with. The location they chose to have their shoot in is familiar for it is the community where they reside in. This hit two birds too since the body of waters present within the area added more to the sereneness of the shoot. Sometimes, you don’t have to look very far to have a perfect engagement shoot. You just have to be yourself. Congratulations to our couple, Elena & Matt!
We barely see after-wedding photos and if we do, it’s usually just a trash the dress session which is done the day after. And as much as we love that kind of photo shoots, we’re also fascinated by documentations done after a long period of time. It’s like what some reality shows call “Where are they now?” segment. And looking at this couple, we certainly know the answer to that question. They are now at a point in their marriage where the love just continues to grow each and every day. I mean, look at these two. I even classified it first as an engagement album until I read the description and I was amazed at how fresh the bliss and love is for them both. They make me want to do this too! Who says couple photo shoots has to end by the wedding day? But really, happy anniversary Tiffany and Catlin!
We’re so used to “trash the dress” features done by bodies of water that having a different variety like this is a nice change. Looking at this album made me think of the word “ethereal”. Maybe it’s the orange and yellow of the leaves, the bride’s outfit matched by the pretty headpiece, or maybe it’s just the way this couple lovingly looks at each other. Whatever the reason is, it made the photos look more alive and (as I’ve said earlier) ethereal. Such a beautiful couple. Late congratulations Kaitlyn and Justin!