Oh, I just adore these two. Somehow I am lucky enough to connect with couples who are so sweet and unafraid to love on each other. And they aren't just putting it on for the camera, they just naturally show each other love and affection in a way that is authentic and genuine and you can't help but just smile and fall a little in love with them.
Yes, I fall in love with my couples. I can't help it! They are rockstars.
I spent a quiet fall morning with Ross and Renee at the deCordova Sculpture Park in Lincoln, Massachusetts, and if you've never been here, you must take a trip! What a cool place! We just kind of wandered around finding fun ways to use the artwork within the photos, but the property itself is so perfectly New England. Tall pines, lots of foliage. It doesn't feel over landscaped, it's just this little slice of artsy, laid back Massachusetts that you would not expect in this small suburban town.
I was so inspired by this shoot, I need to come back here in every different season. I'm not sure if and how often they change out the art, but I could spend all day here and probably not see everything they have to offer.
I am so excited for Ross and Renee's wedding in March. They are getting married at the Willowdale Estate in Topsfield, which will be a new venue for me. But more importantly, I can't wait to see these two say their vows and spend the day surrounded by their friends and family.
How lucky am I to get to witness so many beautiful beginnings of families?