Have you had a chance to meet our Monday bride? Her name is Taylor and she is planning a backyard wedding in Texas. Read more about her!
finally had my engagement pictures taken this past Sunday (we'd been
waiting for the Texas weather to cool down because there's nothing I
love more than a good "wrapped-in-a-quilt-snuggling" picture) and let me
tell you, taking engagement photos is FUN. I love getting my picture
taken regardless, but with a professional photographer and cuddling my
lovey...there's nothing better!
took our pictures in Prosper, Texas, (I told Braeden [our photog] I
wanted a field and he delivered with some field-filled terrain) on an
unseasonably warm November afternoon and I am thrilled (I made JB slowly
scroll through the sneak peek photos for at least an hour) with the
These pictures were taken by Braeden Rogers at Ambient 11 Photography
and I have got to say that he was absolutely stellar. From the moment
we arrived to the second we left, the three of us were laughing and
having a great time. As if just generally having fun isn't enough, his
photo-journalistic images are to-die-for! They are so raw in the
happiest, most joyful sense! I can't wait for Braeden to take the rest
of our pictures in June!!
We had trouble deciding between a one-hour and a two-hour engagement
session and after a friend's advice (thanks Mal!), we decided to go with
two-hours. In my opinion, the two-hour session was the best decision we
have made this far in the process. Two-hours allows you and your fiance
to get comfortable being photographed, it allows the photographer to
get to know you two as a couple and (especially if you're shooting
outdoors) it gives you more time to find that perfect amount of sunlight
that makes your photos oh-so dreamy!
So, if your budget can handle it, pick two hours, you won't regret it!
Without further adieu...
All photos by Braeden Rogers at Ambient 11 Photography