Old Court House Engagement session with Kelsey and Alex, Part II.
Wow, This year seems to have gone by in a flash! As this year is quickly coming to end, we are thinking about how truly great this year was. Wed like to thank everyone for joining us on 2017 adventures.
When we are looking back at 2017, we can say it was wild, exciting and sometimes troubling but few personal accomplishment made it worth it!
Our photography was featured and published in local and international magazines:
We can’t help but smile when scrolling through this engagement session. Jessica and Ryan engagement session was at the Tower Grove Park. It is a popular place for the wedding and engagement sessions so we are always looking to the give our creative touch and unique look for the couple we photograph.
We are often asked on whether to do a first look at your wedding or not. If you are planning your wedding you are probably making that decision right now. So we wanted to share our answers in hopes of shedding some light on the question.
- As wonderful as a first look can by, what are some reasons couples may want to save that special moment for down the aisle?
We believe having a first look is a personal decision. If our bride has her heart on not having the first look then we always support that and then communicate with the planner very clearly about the timeline so we can make sure to get everything we know our couples are going to want for their Wedding Photography.