As a Northeast Ohio engagement photographer, I’ve been to some amazing locations for photo sessions. And let’s be honest, I couldn’t ask for a more perfect area to search. Paige had a classy vision of black and white for her engagement session. It would also be complimenting her black and white wedding day vision. Boy, did McKinley Monument Park deliver! With the white pebble walkways, elegant willow trees with the river, and the marble staircase of the monument it brought it all together.
When I first got in touch with Paige and Jonathan it was actually through her sister, Taylor, for Taylor’s engagement session a couple years ago. Paige was going to be in need of high school senior photos and when she saw the location she reached out. She wanted me to do her senior session at the same place, Kingwood Center Gardens. During her senior session I got to meet Jonathan as well. And it was such a great time. And capturing these two along the way at Taylor’s wedding and connecting I just knew their day was coming. Once I saw the engagement photo came across my feed I got so excited for them! These two were meant for each other. I mean the way they look at each other and hold hands it is definitely the kind of love that lasts forever.
And when Paige reached out about their wedding I literally got all giddy and so beyond honored! With September filling up I was even more excited to see that their day was available. And as we prepared for the engagement session I just knew McKinley Monument Park would be the perfect backdrop for their classy black and white engagement session. When it comes to engagement sessions, the most important thing I can do as your photographer is create the images of your dreams that bring your personalities to life. So delivering on these wishes is so rewarding!
Whether these images become the save the dates on the fridges of their loved ones or just the art decorating their home, I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to tell Paige and Jonathan’s love story during a fun-filled McKinley Monument Park engagement session. Congratulations on your engagement, you two! I hope the rest of your wedding planning experience is effortless and filled with joy!
Are you looking to take engagement photos of your own? So, let’s chat about how we can fill a gallery with engagement photos you’ll treasure!
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