April 22, 2013

Romantic and Snowy Minnesota Engagement Session

It is here. I am celebrating two years of blogging. I still cannot believe it. I am incredibly lucky too. What started as a hobby is now a full fledged love affair. Lovebird Productions is like my like online baby. I am so proud of her! This week is full of celebration and pretty submissions. It is my pretty blogs birthday!

To start off the birthday festivities I want to introduce you to Jill and Paul. This sweet duo celebrated their engagement by playing in the snow. I adore snowy engagements but these two make my Spring fever subside. They are cute, charming and so happy. Isn't that how it should always be? A big hug to one of my favorites, Kate Wenzel Photography, for gifting us with this couple, the snow and this submission! 

{From the photographer}
Together, Jill and Paul have made me LOVE winter engagement sessions! I always liked them (there is a peaceful beauty that comes with them) but these two made cold weather cute, romantic and joyful!

Their engagement shoot was the first time I had a chance to meet this adorable couple in person. They had booked me over the phone (I actually called Jill back just a couple hours after my son's birth in December!), and so it was so wonderful to find a beautiful couple who seem to fit seamlessly  together.

She is full of radiant smiles and adorable style. He is calm, cool and collected. I was especially thankful for Paul's calmness during the later part of our session. As we navigated the rustic farm setting I had selected, a dozen large turkeys and pheasants flew out of the barn we were walking past. Jill and I had a few screams while Paul stood calm and cool.

These two were able to pull off everything from classic to creative and candid images. I just love this couple and am beyond exited for their November 2013 wedding!

{Vendors} Photography: Kate Wenzel Photography / Submission: Two Bright Lights

For more of Kate Wenzel on LBP, click here, here and here.


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