peggy and matt took us to their little magical spots for the engagement shoot. we already knew how lovely this couple was when they invited us over for a home cooked meal. so we were looking forward to the engagement shoot. and yes- these little spots were magical. we started out in a park with perfect weeds, running water and a covered tunnel. the other spot was the coffee shop they spend many mornings sipping on tea or enjoying some ice cream. this place was amazing. walls covered with recycled books which were there for perusing. the rich reds and yellows lent itself to the photos.
6:00 am up and at em'! Meg was on the hunt for a dewy field, vintage dress and crisp light. oh, yeah...somewhere near atlanta. i had faith they could find it and they did. except the dew was frost. and meg had bare feet. i learned quickly that she is going to be an amazing bride. and of coarse chad was a gentleman and surprised her with a propain heater to keep her warm in the 30 degree weather. hence, we are thrilled to the nines to be a part of the wedding. wait...one more thing about chad...he brought a swing and set it up for meg and the set up is harder than it seems. such a sweet couple....
this was such a fresh and energizing shoot. i don't think these too could be more comfortable and natural in front of the camera! i think every shot i looked at i was like "holy cakes, they are so freaking cute!". so needless to say, but i am going to say it anyway...this wedding is going to be ridiculously amazing! thanks for making our job easy, renny and binu!
Now that things are slowing down for a couple weeks i have been able to focus on some of our awesome engagement shoots. Its a double post so make sure to scroll down to see both shoots.
First up, Maria and Kirsten! they are really wonderful. i think these photos show how freaking sweet they are with each other...and it helps they are both so comfortable in front of the camera! whitney and i feel really lucky to be shooting their wedding in 2009!