February 1, 2020

A/E Winter Engagement

Alyssa and Nick were so much fun to play in the snow with! Just goes to show, you don’t have to be afraid of winter engagement sessions. It is Wisconsin after all, right?! We spend over half the year with a blanket of snow, why not embrace it and create amazing wall art in the most natural way?

Winter Engagement Session

A A Couple of TIPS for winter engagement sessions:

-BRING BOOTS! They could be included in the photos, or just help you get around the location.

Layers! We’ll play with a few variations of each outfit. Don’t be afraid to include hats and scarves etc. in your session. They are a cute, personal touch.

Blankets! How else would you sit in some of these locations? I usually have one with me, but it’s great if you bring your own to add to your style. Blankets are also great for in between sets to stay warm without having to haul your jackets as well.

Winter Engagement Session

We had to trek through knee high snow for some of these images! The fresh snow was gorgeous, laying across each limb of every tree.

Can’t get enough of their playful, loving nature.

It’s hard to pick, but this is my FAV!

Winter Engagement Session

Picking up Alyssa for some fun images didn’t always work out as planned, but damn, it was priceless.

These two are getting married on the very popular, 10/10/2020. I simply can’t wait! They were so easy to photograph. Naturally fit together, were up for anything, and the giggles were infectious. You’ll definitely see more of this amazing couple later this year.

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