Brian & Marie – Engagement Session

A long time ago, we met a guy named Brian.  A couple years later, Brian met Marie.  Way before they were even engaged, Phil and I were secretly hoping they’d get married so we could shoot their wedding.   We knew they’d do something super cool and of course they haven’t let us down.   We cannot wait to shoot their East Nashville wedding next month.   We are always looking for new, fun places to shoot and they are having their reception in an art gallery!  Oh, it’ll be sweet!  Anyhoo, back to their engagement session.  Phil and I really love to make our engagement sessions about our client’s personalities.   So before every session we always ask the couple “what do you guys like to do?”.  In Brian & Marie’s case it was “play UNO” & “Swing!”.  So there you have it…our inspiration behind these images.  Enjoy 🙂







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  • Rhonda - Great job at showing their personalities…that is so key and makes for really cute images! Keep up the good work!

    Rhonda Hendricks (Joe Hendricks Photography)ReplyCancel

  • adrian hitt - so fun! i LUV the first one!ReplyCancel

  • admin - We loved those too! The funny part is that when they were pretending to play Uno for the camera I think they actually kinda got into it, I saw a little competitive streak in Brian’s eyes 🙂ReplyCancel

  • alex - Cool, I love the uno pics. Nice idea for a non-traditional engagement session.ReplyCancel

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