Stephanie and Logan's Horseback Engagement
When I first met Stephanie and Logan, I thought they were two of the sweetest, most in love people I had ever had the pleasure of meeti ng and I was so excited when they told me they wanted me as their photographer. I was even more excited when they told me what they wanted to do for their engagement pictures.
Now, a small fact about me. I love, LOVE animals. My sister has a horse and I just about die every time I take pictures of her with her Boomer. When Stephanie told me that her and Logan wanted to take pictures with horses, to say I was excited is a smidge of an understatement.
It was a hot day, but not completely unbearable and we kept finding some beautiful shade that was lit just perfectly by the setting sun. As we worked our way towards the horses, we stopped to take pictures without them first while the horses were rounded up and made ready for their pictures. If I thought these two were in love before, I can honestly say that by the time their session was over I c ould see that their love and affection for each other was undeniable and I simply cannot wait for their wedding and to see them be joined in marriage. Just from what I was able to see, it's clear to me that their marriage will be filled with so much love and laughter that I cant help but to be so incredibly happy for them and be grateful that I get to capture them take the step from engaged to married.
Enjoy some of my favorite pictures below or check out their album here.
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