What an amazing time I had with Chrissy & Sky for their garden engagement session in Warrenton, Virginia! After the cooler temps we were blessed with just a few days before, the heat and humidity decided to grace us for their engagement session. Luckily Chrissy & Sky didn’t let the heat phase them, & this garden location provided plenty of shade for their romantic portraits.
From the moment Chrissy & Sky arrived, they were all smiles. I had met Chrissy a few months before at our initial consultation, but this was the first time I had the pleasure of meeting her fiance, Sky. I always tease with my couples about the fact that I’m sure the groom is not looking forward to having photos taken, lol. However much to my surprise this was not the case with Sky. During their beautiful garden engagement session, I had Chrissy & Sky do a little dancing for the camera. That was when Sky got excited, while Chrissy claimed that Sky was the worst dancer. I have to say that unless their wedding reception proves me wrong, I thought Sky could hold his own pretty well lol. It was here during the session that Chrissy & Sky’s chemistry shined through. The remainder of their session was playful, flirty, fun, & consisted of so much laughter.
I always stress to my couples from the very beginning that as much as I may direct them, I just want them to be themselves. I feel confident in saying that these two had no problem being relaxed in front of the camera! As a result, we were able to capture beautiful, authentic images that really showcased their love for one another. Once again this adorable couple made my job so easy. I had such an incredible time getting to know these two, & I’m sure their wedding is going to be just as amazing!
Here are just some of my favorites from Chrissy & Sky’s garden engagement session. It was seriously so hard to narrow them down!
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