This beautiful fall season brought me beautiful love stories. I captured my very first engagement session and it is with a very special theme – Row Boat.
Raleigh enjoys fresh water fishing while Isabel enjoys horseback riding. They both enjoy spending time outside and with their rescue dog, Robbie.
They met through a mutual friend. They chatted via email and eventually went out.
Raleigh proposed in the middle of Palmer Square with friends hiding in trees taking pictures and a champagne toast.
They will be getting married at Mercer Lake with a reception immediately following on June 9th, 2017. Isabel is most excited about all the personal touches they are making to make their wedding unique. Can’t ruin the surprise!
They went for their usual outdoor hiking or adventuring outfits. They chose colors that would really stand out with the changing leaves while staying comfortable. They are really lucky to have a personal stylist!
Isabel’s best friend suggested the row boat theme as an omage to Raleigh’s love of fishing and setting the theme of getting married on a lake. She said she imagined it to be like “The Little Mermaid’s Kiss the Girl” scene. The Autumn leaves were a huge bonus! And their dog Robbie is part of their family and he will be in the wedding so it was only fitting to have him in the shoot. The row boat was only scary when Isabel had to change positions and it got a little rocky! Not to mention she does get a little sea sick!
MuSen’s Notes: Prior to the session I did a pretty throughout location scouting to make sure we can fully take advantage of the beautiful sunset lighting during golden hours. It was a fun session and to add more varieties we also captured pictures at the nearby park, the dock, and the edge of the lake. I reserve the couple’s most favorite images to be used for their Save-The-Date announcement and not sharing them anywhere in my blog, website, or social media sites. Congratulations once more and wish the two happily ever after.
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