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Brian and Sarah

We pulled up to the beautiful Pharsalia and the skies opened up in a downpour…we weren’t expecting rain at all from the forecast and as soon as we got a break in the rain we decided to shoot anyway! And I’m so glad we did!! Sometimes rain makes for the most romantic engagement sessions! The mist over the mountains was gorgeous and we even got a little sunshine peaking through the clouds at one point…

It also helps when you have the most gorgeous subjects!! From the very first email, I knew I would love Sarah and Brian…she is sweet as can be and he compliments her perfectly. They are so easy going and I had so much fun braving the rain with them!! She talked about their sense of adventure and the romance that they share as a couple and I feel like these capture that part of them perfectly…

After this, I’m even more excited for their wedding day next Fall at Seven Springs!! I can’t wait to see what they are planning for their intimate wedding day come together with Tart Even Co. at Seven Springs! It’s going to be gorgeous and I can’t wait to celebrate with these two and their families!! 

Enjoy a few of my favorites from this rainy romantic evening in the mountains…

 

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  1. Rebekah

    September 29th, 2017 at 7:52 pm

    Oh my goodness! These are so beautiful. I love her dress. And I agree that the rain made these even more amazing.

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A glimpse into my daily life in Richmond, VA (and travels beyond) with my husband Ryan, our disobedient puppy Lexie, and the work, style and attempts at minimalism in between.

 

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