Im so excited to share this beautiful, vintage inspired, engagement session styled by Zoe, herself! Here are Zoe’s thoughts, ” I wanted our engagement pictures to have an earthy feel to them while maintaining a soft and understated, yet elegant feel. For the first portion of the photos, we wanted to create an inviting outdoor space that didn’t compete with its natural surroundings, which we just happened to drive down to for an elegant picnic.”
The old sheet music was another fun, but understated element with each song specifically picked out for their romantic titles. I happened to already own the dishes we used, as I love buying fun patterns of china and mix and matching them and the goblets were old milk glass finds that actually served as vases from our Engagement Party!
“The setting was made up of a mixture of personal possessions, antique finds and outdoor elements. The 1950’s turquoise Chevy belongs to my dad, and I have always loved it’s distinctively retro styling.”
“In our second session, we wanted very natural photos with clothing that showcased Paul’s classic style and my affinity for feminine dresses. The flowers chosen were compromised of lots of quirky greenery and other fun filler flowers along with safari sunset to compliment the warm natural look of the setting, while having a nice contrast against the soft palette of my dresses.”
“We are so happy with how our pictures came together and feel so lucky to capture our personalities at this wonderful time in our lives. We have gone from baseball caps to suit and ties, sorority letters to cocktail dresses. Though our tastes have changed, our character has grown, we are still those head over heels in love college kids!”