Let’s start planning your engagement session together. I’m am so overjoyed you are here! What an exciting and eventful time in your life! I’m sending you my biggest congrats and thanking you for inviting me into this season with you.

I’ve created this resource that will give you all of the details on what to expect for your session. I’ll also help you in picking outfits that photograph well and express your style.

Park City Winter Engagement Session
Paige + Cason’s Heber City winter engagement session

Planning Your Engagement Session

We will decide on a date and location together. I’m happy to send over location recommendations if need them. I will send over exact details on meeting time and location about one week prior to your session.

Your Session

My goal is to make my sessions feel laid back and very easy going! I will give you plenty of guidance, but also just let you be yourself.

Big Cottonwood Canyon Engagements
Noelia + Mikey’s Big Cottonwood Canyon Engagement Session

Your Photos

I will send over a few next day sneak peeks, because I know you cannot wait to see them. Your full gallery will be delivered via online gallery and ready for you within 2 weeks of your session date.

What to Wear

  1. Think movement. My shooting style is to have you moving around a lot. Make sure to wear something you are comfortable moving in. Flowy skirts or dresses photograph beautifully because we can play with the movement of them.
  2. Bring options. Feel free to send over outfit ideas for input beforehand, and bring multiple options to the session. That way we can get an idea of how the outfit looks with the specific location. Bringing options for accessories such as hats or jackets is also recommended.
  3. Coordinate colors. Instead of trying to perfectly match your outfit to your partner’s outfit, think of choosing complimentary colors. You can never go wrong with neutral colors. I always suggest choosing earthy colors that are not too bright or distracting.
  4. Play with patterns. Incorporating unique patterns and textures such as fringe, faux fur, linen, denim, etc. can add a fun pop to your photos. Vintage clothing shops or thrift store often have great finds for unique textures.
  5. Stay true to you. Lastly and most importantly, these are YOUR photos and the most important thing is that you feel comfortable and confident in what you are wearing. Let your outfit reflect your personality for the best photos!

Make Your Photos Unique

I love when couples bring props or special items that are unique and true to them. Here are a few of my favorite ideas for what to bring:

Your dogs!

Retro sunglasses

Hats

Guitar

Old cars/motorcycles

Longboards

Favorite food (pizza, ice cream, etc.)

Blankets

Champagne

+ anything else you can think of!

Juneau Alaska engagement session
Chris + Denise’s Juneau Alaska Engagement Session

Let’s Opt for Adventure!

I cannot wait to shoot with you! I’m so looking forward to this opportunity to get to know you better as a couple and to get comfortable with each other before your wedding.

Think of these photos as an opportunity to intentionally celebrate the exciting season you are in. We are going to savor it and document it! Browse through my gallery to start getting inspired.

Zion National Park Engagement Session

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