Wow! I can’t believe I’m just now getting a chance to blog this session. The very first time I saw pictures of Emily and Trey, I knew I had to photograph them at some point. When Emily sent me a message about their wedding and I found out her parents had a farm, I jumped on the opportunity to have them be my modelsThey are absolutely one of the most gorgeous couples ever…and fun…and Trey brought me wine…so that doesn’t hurt anythingWe had a great time exploring her parents farm. We climbed inside the loft of the barn, we battled flies, ran from horses and goats and bees, and dodged…well, what normal animals leave…and it was all well worth it. It’s exactly what I wanted. At first we thought the horses wouldn’t want anything to do with us and then they wouldn’t leave us alonelol. But I loved it
I have to share “their story”. I have forms for all of my clients to fill out that asks for them to tell me about themselves. I always love reading these answers. You don’t know how many times I’ve literally been brought to tears reading how much a Mother loves her children, or how a couple met. I know Emily didn’t think it was a great answer, but I thought it was perfect. She said that they can’t for the life of them remember where they met, but they know that they have been together ever since. Perfect.
I’ll start with my absolute favorite image. We waited to start close to when the sun was setting. I just love the light from sunset. It really made everything exactly how I had imagined it! And don’t you love that yellow dress!?! Emily was a trooper walking around all over the farm for me in her heels.
Thanks to Trey for not allowing us to fall out of the top of the barn. Now THAT would’ve been a story.
They said they couldn’t be serious…
Did I mention they said they couldn’t be serious?
And another reason I love sunset shoots…
And excuse the weird size on this one
Thanks Emily and Trey! You rock!