Kicking off this week’s Engagement photo round-up is Christa and Jeremiah’s Steampunk themed engagement session. They showed up with props and great outfits to their engagement session with Utah photographer Amanda Abel who says, “It was so fun and unique and completely out of the box! They are having a Steampunk themed wedding and I can’t wait to see how all of the details turn out.” IndieWeddingGuide can’t wait to see the wedding photos!
At Cider Hill Farm in Massachusetts, Taylor and Jeb had a fun fall engagement shoot with Rachel from Dragonflyshots. They dated for 4 years before Jeb popped the question on a cape cod beach, and are now planning a weekend long wedding celebration at a summer camp in upstate Vermont which will include kickball, food trucks, canoeing and mountain biking.
At a private residence in Texas, Amanda Riddle met up with her brother Cody and his fiance Jamie for some fishing fun and to capture some great photos of them. Amanda says “I love these two people – Cody is my brother and I am so excited to have Jamie as my sister. They are totally into the outdoors – camping, kayaking, fishing, hunting – you name an outdoor activity and they are into it. I wanted to capture who they really are and get them in their element and this engagement session came out exactly how I wanted it to! Love all of the details – and love that they brought their fur child Lucy :)”
Dylan and Kaitlinn spontaneously called up photographer Jeremy Lee Bachuss and booked a romantic engagement session in a Kentucky field. Jeremy says “I instantly fell in love with the love that they felt for each other. They were a dream for me…..natural, beautiful, just perfect!”
Caleb and Katherine had a clear vision for their Engagement Session: capture their free spirits and intimate connection with a background you couldn’t ignore. Nestled on the Blue Ridge Mountains in South Carolina, they found the perfect bald rock to free their souls and encourage their love to run wild. Photographs provided by the insanely-talented Greenville based photographers The Mondays.
Maine based Jamie Mercurio Photography sent in these engagement photos and had this to say about the session “Abbie & Will met me at Hill Top Coffee Shop in Portland after it closed for the day to capture some cozy moments. Then we headed to Willard Beach to catch the beautiful sunset light.”
Looking for more engagement photo location or style ideas? Check out the last Engagement Photo Roundup.