On November 10th, 2019, Andrew and I had the pleasure of capturing Brittany and Justin’s elegant Palm Beach engagement session! This session quickly became one for the books! Justin and Brittany invited us explore Palm Beach in their family’s Rolls Royce! We stopped at a handful of the most iconic Palm Beach locations, capturing the most romantic engagement photos! Talk about a dream session!
We visited the Flagler Museum, The Breakers Palm Beach, Bethesda by the Sea and Worth Avenue. Not only did we have a gorgeous car and the dreamiest locations but also the most stunning couple! They wore such elegant outfits that worked so well with each location. Justin wore a classic black tuxedo and Brittany wore a sparkly, silver sequin cocktail dress. Together they were show stoppers!
Their entire session was filled with adventure and fun! We felt like we were just hanging out with our friends the entire time! Also, being the car girl that I am, I loved having an extra prop in their photos. That Rolls probably made it into too many shots, but boy, was it pretty! Some of my favorite shots were the ring shots taken on the car! They turned out amazingly, and I’m still obsessed.
Brittany & Justin:
Thank you so much for allowing us the honor of documenting such a special time in your lives! It was such a pleasure getting to know you both and working with you! We truly had the BEST time with you guys, and we would be elated to work together again! Enjoy this sweet season and have the best time eloping!! We are so happy for you both!
The details that brought this Elegant Palm Beach Engagement together:
Locations: The Flagler Museum, The Breakers Palm Beach, Bethesda by the Sea, & Worth Avenue
On Sunday, November 3rd, 2019, Andrew and I had the pleasure of capturing Alex and Joanna’s rainy Worth Avenue engagement session. Even though the forecast called for mostly cloud and only 20% chance of rain, it rainy during their entire session! At times it was calm, but toward the end, it was very heavy and with so much wind! They were troopers!
Alex and Joanna chose Worth Avenue on Palm Beach Island for the elegant scene and colorful flowers. Although the day was dull and gray, we were determined to give them their dream engagement photos! It may have taken a bit more strategy and editing, but I think we delivered. In fact, I feel like the rain added an extra magical feel!
Alex and Joanna will be saying, “I do,” in February of 2020! We are so excited to be a part of their day! Especially since Alex is one of our life-long friends! He is actually the one person most responsible for Andrew and I being together! That’s right. In high-school, Alex played matchmaker for us. We had all been friends since middle school, and in 2009, Andrew and I were both no longer dating anyone else, so Alex did what any good friend would do and pushed ‘shy’ Andrew to talk to me. Alex would setup a three-way calls so we would be forced to talk! Well, all his matchmaking paid off, and we are so grateful for it! Alex, thank you for being such a great friend! We are so grateful for you!
Alex & Joanna, thank you for letting us document your love story! We are so happy for you both and are beyond excited for your wedding day! This next new season of life is so sweet! Enjoy every single minute!
The details the brought this Rainy Worth Avenue Engagement together:
On January 20th, 2019, Andrew and I had the pleasure of capturing Curtis and Amber’s Riverside Park engagement in Vero Beach, Florida. Amber is Andrew’s little sister and lives in Virginia. She was in Florida for Marissa and Cal’s wedding, so we decided to do their engagement photos the following day in Vero Beach!
They chose a gorgeous park in Vero Beach called Riverside Park. There was tons of gorgeous spanish moss hanging from tall, shady trees. It was a cool, breezy day, and the lighting was perfect!
These two are so sweet and so in love! We can’t wait to be a part of their wedding day in May! Congratulations Amber and Curtis! We are so happy for you both!
The details that brought these Riverside Park Engagement photos together: