Engagement Session | Tristan & Lucas

May 17, 2019

I’m incredibly excited to share this engagement session with you from last week!! These two also got MARRIED at the Club at Corazon this past Sunday so now they are actually husband and wife!! SO exciting!!

We did their engagement session at Franklin Park Conservatory, in the Community Gardens behind the Wells Barn. It’s one of my FAVORITE spots for spring engagement photos because, I mean, all the BLOOMS are just so beautiful! You wouldn’t know it, but we had a steady mist for the whole session (and a couple times, it did rain) but you wouldn’t know it at ALL from these photos!! And mainly because these two just went with it and ROCKED their session. We shot some adorable photos of the two of them before their big day!!

I have had such a great time getting to know these two, it makes me so sad that their photography experience is almost over!! But I’m excited to share all of these favorites from our session together. Tristan and Lucas, thank you for taking the time out of your wedding week to take these photos with me! I had so much fun and can’t wait to share more soon!! :) You two are the best!

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