These are my sister’s engagement photos! Earlier this year my sister’s boyfriend proposed to her at the Candy Store in the small town of Nanton, where they first met and had their very first date. So cute, right?! And I was there for it, so let me share that hilarious story.
Jennifer opens up and shares some incredible advice, discovered through five years of marriage: Don't sweat the small stuff and give each other grace. Sounds so simple, but sometimes our expectations of what we thought life would be block us from the greatness that God has for us. Being present along this journey is more important than the destination itself.
We were definitely bare bones tent camping on this trip! We packed everything we needed in 2 large duffels, 2 backpacks and 2 carry on size suitcases. We checked the large duffels and then rented a car in Calgary to get us and all of our belongings to Banff.
I wanted you to hear from Allie & Biran all about our time together as we hiked up into the mountains. Read on to hear their thoughts on our time shooting, the surprise from Brian in the middle, and their advice for anyone in their first year of marriage
Throughout our shoot it thundered, then poured rain, after which the sun finally came out, and as we were wrapping up we heard a loud roaring and looked around to see an avalanche rushing down one of the mountains in the distance.
I'm so happy they were up for shooting at 8 a.m., because the light is absolutely gorgeous in the morning. As I pulled up to where we agreed to meet, I literally did a little happy dance in my seat because there was some incredibly beautiful mist lingering in the valley.
We started talking about engagement photos and I suggested we take a hike in the mountains for the shoot and take pictures along the way. They were really excited about this, since they spend so much time hiking in the rockies, and I was excited that we would create real memories for them to look back on, that would reflect so well who they are as a couple.