We love engagement sessions! We love getting to spend time with our couples before their weddings, getting to know them better, and getting to capture amazing images that show their love for each other. We encourage all of our couples to choose their own locations for their sessions instead of us just taking them to a place that we choose. We do this because we know that couples will choose a location that is totally their style, and that they love, which results in images that capture them even better.
Sometime couples aren’t sure what to choose, so we try to help them think through what would be perfect for them. We tell our couples to think about what they like to do on the weekends? This usually is all we need to say and they start coming up with ideas. We also ask if there is a location that holds a special significance to them, like where they met, had their first date, or got engaged. And if they still aren’t coming up with anything we will ask them what their style is. We don’t want to choose a rustic field for a couple that loves the city and architecture.
Here are a few examples of couples that picked amazing locations for their engagement sessions.
Dominique and Anthony met at the State Fair of Texas, so it was an obvious choice for them to have their session there, and it was so much fun!
Beth and Brody chose to have their Dallas engagement session at White Rock Lake in Dallas because they live close by and often bring their adorable dog to the park who even made an appearance at the end of the shoot.
Taylor and Nathan’s first date was at the Rodeo so they chose to have their engagement session at the Fort Worth Stockyards and at a rustic field in Fort Worth.
Lucy and Cole are planning a rustic vintage wedding and Cole’s family has this huge piece of land for hunting and baling hay way outside of Dallas in Petty, TX. So we did their engagement session there on the gorgeous land and it fit them perfectly!
Stephanie and Mark love the city and they love the arts. They even got engaged after seeing a performance of Jersey Boys. Downtown Dallas overlooking the skyline and at the Dallas Arts District was the perfect spot for their modern engagement session.