An Engaging Idea…

Tis the season for engagement sessions! If there is one thing I recommend, it’s to schedule an engagement session with your wedding photographer. Not only is it a great time for you and your fiance to get to know your photographer, but also a chance for you both to let loose and get comfortable in front of the camera. Whether your photos are fun and silly or model hot…it should represent your true personalities. So go ahead and have FUN with it!

Most people use their photos for their wedding website or save the dates. My favorite is when couples use the photos to create a coffee-table style album as their guest sign-in book. Your wedding guests will get a kick out of it, and it’s a wonderful way to preserve your engagement photos and guest comments in one beautiful book that can be displayed in your home.

Today I decided to showcase the beautiful work of the creators of J’Adore Details

Amelia Lyon Photography

DrewB Photography

Jasmine Star Photography

Trista Lerit Photography

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Yvett - ahh epics..We shot ours in san diego at the balboa park and it was a fabulous day!

Trista - Christina! Thanks so much for featuring our work on your blog! You always have such good advice for your brides!

p.s. I love how your hubby comments on every post! So cute!!

Jasmine Marie - Very informative. Thanks!

DrewB - Thanks so much for featuring us on your blog! Such a nice surprise!

amelia . lyon - You are such a sweetheart!!!! So glad to be showcased on your blog…the J’adore girls are going to love this! Check out our blog in a few and we might just showcase you!

Sara - Dude, we had the BEST time taking our E-pics! Plus, we got some sweet pics that we have since framed. James is right, its fun to have some nice pictures of the two of you together :)

James - I like having engagement photos to look back on. Unless you’re a couple that professionally models, how often will have the opportunity to look back on stunning “model like” photos of you and your spouse? It sure beats holding the camera out in front of the two of you and trying to get a good picture of yourselves (even though I like those pictures too). It’s one of those things where if you like the photos, you’ll be glad you took them, and if you don’t like them, well, squeeze them in next to the Rain Man DVD and never look at them again.

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