Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Amber + Chris | Papago Park Engagement Session | Arizona Wedding Photographer

They predicted that it would hit 117 degrees on Saturday. We had been planning this engagement session for a while and we were getting nervous! We almost considered canceling, but it's so hard to tell if it would be any better later. We did the only rational thing a person could do at this point.

Wake up in the early morning and meet at 5 AM to do our engagement shoot! Now, I woke up at 4, so I can only imagine how early Amber was up! Prepping for pictures (at least from my personal experience) takes a while! :)

I must say, I am so proud of these two! We got there just as the sun was rising and as it rose we could just feel the temperature inching its way up! I absolutely adored getting to know these two and hearing their story! Amber is such a fun bride! I can't wait for her wedding later this year! As we were talking through wedding plans it was so fun to see how how organized she is! I definitely wasn't that skilled in that department for my wedding! I loved when she told the story about a late evening sitting down to watch a movie with Chris and she brought her computer out. He asked her what she was doing, and she said "inventory!" This girl could seriously be a planner!

Anyway, I am soooo excited that they chose me to be their wedding photographer! Amber and Chris, I'm so happy and excited for you guys!  I hope you love the images!!

And shout out to the amazing Katie from Tied Ribbon for the gorgeous custom hand lettered sign! Don't miss it!

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