I’ve been struggling a bit during this winter season. It’s easy to feel like things have become stagnant when it’s “slow” season. But it’s sessions like this Toledo engagement session that remind me that, while only February, wedding season will be here before we know it.
It’s no surprise that there is a winter “lull” for wedding professionals in Northwest Ohio. It’s a just natural. There’s less light and less “degrees” to work with. AKA- it’s cold! But this Toledo winter engagement session was the perfect way to break up those winter blues.
Rain, rain- looks like you’re here to stay. We’ll do our engagement session anyway!
The last two weeks could honestly not have been more perfect for fall sessions. Including this engagement session that includes some of my new favorites!
With May-early July being a busy stretch of weddings, this month has been a nice break to slow down and gear up for the second half of my wedding season. But engagement sessions like these are what gets me hyped up to get back out and into doing what I love.
Oh spring. You are finally here- and that makes this photographer happy.
These winter backdrops are quickly becoming a new favorite. Don’t get me wrong- I will always prefer the warm sunshine. But I can’t help but fall in love with that snow acting as a perfect reflector. Not to mention it’s a great incentive to “snuggle” during the session, which my couples find out quickly that […]
So far, winter has been good to me. I’m not going to lie, if I never saw snow again, I would not be disappointed. But when I first met with Hannah, her biggest request was for a snowy engagement session.
It may have been a little quiet around here for the last few months, but there has certainly been a lot going on. In fact, it’s been quite the contrary. With a newborn that made his appearance in November, life has been anything but quiet.
I think it’s safe to say that the vast majority of people love fall- and for good reason. There’s a break in the hot, humid weather. Then there’s pumpkin spice EVERYTHING (personally, not my fav). And, what I think most importantly, is the fall foliage.