A mini engagement photo session is a way for me to get to know the couples and the couples to get to know me. Bonnie and Jared signed up for one of my mini engagement photo session at the Willamette Valley Wedding Vendor Show held by the Willamette Valley Wedding Professionals at the Log House Garden in Keizer. If you never have been at that venue, go check it out! It’s absolutely beautiful.
One of the reasons why I offer mini engagement photo session is that it is important that we jive together! I plan to be at your wedding a good portion of your day so it’s important that we like each other. Go check out my post on the top 5 reasons why it’s important to do an engagement session. I instantly had a fun and great connection with Bonnie and Jared. This sweet couple was so photogenic and I got to really hear their love story which I love hearing! They had an opportunity to do a few of the poses that they would do on their actual wedding day. That way, they can either practice the poses or tell me they didn’t like doing one of the poses prior to the wedding and make sure I make note of that. It’s definitely a win-win for all of us!
When They First Met:
“Jared and I met in highschool at a football game. He was a grade above me and we fell in love.” – Bonnie
What Things Do You Like To Do Together:
“Hike, watch movies, listen to music together, go out to eat, go to church, cuddle!” – Bonnie
How/When Did You Know You Were Meant For Each Other:
“We both knew the minute we looked at each other, from the day we met we never stopped thinking about one another.” -Bonnie
How Did Your Fiancé propose?
“Jared, our two sons and I were all cuddling on the couch, Jared got up and then got on one knee and proposed. We had a hike planned later that week at Silverfalls, for just him and I , but he said he just couldn’t wait any longer!” – Bonnie
If you are getting married or eloping, let’s talk and see if we connect! Contact me today before the wedding season books! I only take a limited number of weddings and limited number of elopements a year.