They were wed one week ago today at the AGO, but I couldn't not post about the sweet time we spent at their cottage. It was beyond delicious (even better than the breakfast sandwich I'm eating and I can make a mad breakfast sandwich!)
Engagement shoots are such a beautiful experience to have between myself and my couples. It gives us time to get comfortable with each other, which I think is so important when you are inviting basically a stranger into the most personal moments of one of the most memorable days of your life. I'm there when you get dressed, when you share little looks, when you see each other for the first time, when you (but hopefully not) get a little overwhelmed and stressed, and in a way, I'm a part of the memories for years to come. So why not have a time between saying yes to your photographer and sharing all of this? Personally, I think it's such an investment and well, it's also when we both fall for each other, which results in all the good things. Trust me, all the good things!
Morgan and Colin have a tenderness in how they are with one another. It's so beautiful to see, that it in fact rivals the epic sunset at the end of our shoot. Really, really.
I cannot wait to share their wedding, which has my heart wiggling non stop, and even Morgans, as I know from her super cute & full of exclamation mark email last night (in response to the sneaks I sent from their wedding). But until then, here's one heck of a dreamy love session. Happy Saturday!