Tag Archives: Train Tracks

Dorky & Cute

I may say this all the time, but Jip and Nanat are sooo cute! Gotta love a couple that will done animal heads for their engagement shoot..I kid you not.

Thanks Jeremy as ever for his awesomeness. ps yes the first photo is dorky but I love it!

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A Day In The Life

As soon as these images landed in my inbox early this morning I was desperate to blog them right away! First off the couple are ridiculously beautiful (but that, of course, goes without saying), secondly I have never seen such a gorgeous set of images where it is just the two of them, no barriers, no props, just the newlyweds being themselves. In fact I’m not even sure I’ve ever seen an ‘in bed’ style shoot used as part of a day after session. I love it. The photographs are so intimate and so personal yet done in such as way that there is no element of sleaze…I don’t even feel voyeuristic looking at them They really are just art. Art and love. 

We then move onto the bulk of the shoot, where living in Odessa, Texas (a place where there is apparently ‘nothing ‘) doesn’t seem to have made these images anything less than breathtaking. The train, the graffiti, the river, the tree. The gorgeously intimate style continues only this time with a back drop that tantalises the senses all by itself.

If this isn’t enough for you, then be sure to check out the couple’s wedding too!

A huge thank you to Chelsea for sending me these exclusive shots (oh yes, exclusives make me happy!)

Credit: Mcgowan Images

Rustic Railroad

Katie & Tim’s rustic railroad wedding is totally adorable and you are going to love these. I am crazy about Katie’s red tipped, polka-dotty cute tea dress (by Stephanie James Couture), their colour coordinated cupcakes and her faux flower and red feather bouquet (also made by Stephanie James Couture.) Swoooooonworthy indeed

Credit: Emily Takes Photos

Can I Title A Post…Trout?!

Looks like Ella & Ben had a great time during their engagement session with Razvan of Razvan Photography. The session took place in a teeny tiny town called Kalkaska which is defined as a ‘trout town’ due to the huge trout festival that happens there every year – who knew?!

Thanks to Razvan for sharing these session with me and I look forward to seeing their DIY laden wedding after it happens in August.

Credit: Razvan Photography