This was one of my favorite shoots of all time. This couple is gorgeous the setting was incredible, but most of all the couple was truly fantastic. Danny, if probally on of my favorite people to photograph. He is the most easy going guy I have ever photographed. He will do anything we ask! And his gorgeous bride to be? Don’t get me started.
Kelly and Danny are getting married this fall at a gorgeous vineyard in Northern California (jealous!!) and I can not wait for the big day. For their engagement shoot, we first took some shots in the morning in downtown Tucson. We even made a quick pit stop at the train station and got some great and romantic shots. Later that afternoon, we took a drive south of Tucson, to Patagonia and Sonoita to get some incredibly romantic, fall inspired shots.
These doors at the train station are so beautiful.
This was a sweet moment. I love the embrace.
I really like this shot of Danny. He is so sweet.
After walking around downtown Tucson, we headed over to the Train Station by Maynards Market. If features a vintage train that is absolutely beautiful.
This couple truly has an old world charm. You could swear that they were out of a movie in 1920…classic.
I adore this next image!
I love how this groom to be poped up out of his seat to kiss his girl…
After this morning shoot, we went home for naps (let’s face it, I was pregnant at the time, so I needed one!) and then met later to travel down to Patagonia and Sonoita (about an hour drive south of Tucson).
We Stopped first for a casual rustic shoot, then went to Sonoita for a romantic sunset, formal shoot. This setting was special to Danny because if reminded him of where he grew up.
This setting was a dream!
And now for the formals!
Obsessed with these next few!
It should be illegal to be this cute…
This is one of my faves!
Finally we popped a little champagne to get the celebration started!
This makes me so happy!
Ohhh the colors!!!
How adorable are these two!
Thank you Kelly and Danny for such an amazing shoot! I can not WAIT for your wedding! EAK!