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Wedding Rewind: Engagement Pictures

December 23, 2011

We’re taking it way back in the Wedding Rewind series today to our second round of engagement pictures.

Early in our engagement, we traveled to St. Augustine and had a complimentary photo session with a photographer who routinely does free engagement pictures for couples (with hopes of booking their weddings). I blogged about it here, and while those pictures turned out better than I expected, we jumped on the second chance that came our way to have another round of engagement pictures taken by a sweet friend of ours who was just starting out in the photography business.

Last fall we drove a few miles out-of-town to have pictures taken with Ramsey Revell, and we were beyond thrilled with the pictures she took! We used photos from this session for our photo book that served as our guest sign in book, as well as gifts for our families.

Take a look and let me know what you think! The campfire and smores theme was totally Ramsey’s idea, and I love how it turned out!

Ramsey was so great to work with! She is creative and gives good instructions, which we needed since we are both a little awkward in front of a camera. I would work with her again in a heartbeat, and hope we have the opportunity to do so in the future!

Looking back on these pictures a year later makes me miss my long hair. And just incase you were wondering, my nail polish is ICE and the color is Taupe Drawer, and how about that DIY manicure?!! You can find this polish for like $2 at Wal-Mart. Would make a great last-minute stocking stuffer!


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