Taylors Falls was the perfect location to kick off our spring engagement sessions! The snow has melted and spring has officially sprung. Taylors Falls is one of our favorite places for photos as the texture of the rocks and the beauty of the river are breathtaking in any season. Natalie and John looked amazing for their session and these two were incredibly sweet together. Their colors couldn’t have been more perfect for the setting and we are completely in love with Natalie’s blush colored dress. We had the best time chatting as we walked along the rivers edge!
Shortly after Natalie and John switched into their second outfits, Tonks, their 2 year old Siberian Husky, and Arnie, their 5 month old American Eskimo, joined us for a few photos. We can hardly get over how beautiful their dogs are, and they did an amazing job as they posed – almost seeming to smile for the camera! They loved exploring the rocks and it was so fun to watch their personalities as they fully embraced their time outside in the warmer weather. Spring always brings us excitement as we anticipate a new season, and we can’t wait to see what the year ahead holds for all of our couples!
Natalie and John met and fell in love in what could be considered the most interesting year ever. 2020 certainly gave them plenty of time to get to know each other, and it wasn’t long before these two knew they were meant to be! John proposed in January, and we were thrilled when they reached out to book their wedding with us. We can’t wait to celebrate with their family and friends at Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church in Edina and the incredible Lafayette Club in Minnetonka Beach. We know their big day will be nothing short of perfection!