Rehearsal Day Portraits - Engagement Session
Sometimes there aren't enough hours in the day, days in the week and so on -especially when you are planning a destination wedding! Alex and Carlos were headed to New Orleans to tie the knot and a lot had to be done
When it comes to wedding planning and execution, you sometimes have to improvise to solve two dilemmas:
- Although they really wanted an engagement session, fitting one into the couple's busy schedule was close to impossible.
- Their wedding celebration was going to be a late evening affair, meaning their couple's portraits would have to be later in the evening. Additionally, a first look was not an option due to a few factors.
So what to do? We decided on a pre-wedding portrait session as we took a stroll around Jackson Square! This allowed us to get that engagement session feel, in addition to lighter daytime portraits!
During our early evening session, we went from candid moments to simple posed shots surrounded by the historic architecture and the lively beats of the city.
Take a look at the session below!
We didn't let bumps along the road rain on our parade (even though we did get some rain at the end of the session)!
This experience was a wonderful exercise in adapting and making it look easy!
Are you a Texas couple looking to tie the knot in New Orleans? I'd love to come along with you on your adventure! I'm just an email or call away!
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