We met Sarah and Scott through our friends April and Matt. Sarah is April’s sister and she talked to Sarah about us as an option to photograph the wedding. We are beyond excited that we were chosen, and this blog is about their Engagement Session.
Sarah and Scott are high school sweethearts! They met when she was in 10th grade and he was in 11th grade. They started out as friends and eventually began dating after about 4 months. After 4 years of dating, and knowing that Sarah doesn’t like drawing attention in public, he proposed to her in private. She said YES!
They are just perfect for each other. You don’t have to spend more than 2 seconds to realize how much they love one another, and how eager they are to take the next step into their relationship.
As far as the engagement session goes, it was a blast. I didn’t have to provide too much direction since they were great in front of the camera. You can see how much they love each other easily. It was hard at the end to choose “the best” photos since they were all great.
We choose to do this engagement session at Mead Gardens as the location since it offers a sense of a forest, it is very lush, and it is literally in the middle of the city, thus easy access. The weather was a perfect day for a photo session. Sunny but not too hot and with the right amount of breeze.
Their wedding is just days away and I’m thrilled to photograph these high school sweethearts sealing their love for each other in the commitment of marriage.
We hope you enjoyed this blog about Sarah and Scott’s Engagement Session at Mead Gardens. We also would love to share this blog about “The Benefits of having an Engagement Session” which we think will be very useful. Also, we encourage you to check out our Portfolio and our Instagram account so you can see more images from Weddings and Engagement Sessions.
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