Before you head out of the office this afternoon, it’s the perfect opportunity for a little escapism.
Photographer Laura Babb got in touch with these striking images from an engagement shoot she shot at the Natural History Museum.
Matt and Lucy had their first date at the museum and so decided to head back there for some personal photographs. I love this day out shoot with dramatic atmospheric shots.
Thanks so much to Babb Photo for sharing her gorgeous photographs with us today, here is what Matt and Lucy had to say;
‘We first met through work a bit over 6 years ago. We are both geologists, so we have a love of rocks and all things to do with the natural world! We went on an early date to the Natural History Museum, and the opportunity to have our engagement photo-shoot there was too good to pass up on. It was surprisingly easy to arrange, and the beautiful building and the dinosaurs were a fantastic backdrop to the photographs. The engagement shoot gave us a great opportunity to relax in front of the camera, and was a memorable experience captured by some fabulous and personal photos.’
A little Friday afternoon love for you all :-)
Anita and Eugene met in a bar in 2008 and are now planning their wedding in Mayfair. They decided to head to Holland Park and Kensington, London for their lovely engagement shoot.
I just adore these intimate images, with their photographers capturing this stylish loved up pair perfectly.
Thanks so much to Jacob & Pauline Photography for sharing their delightful images with us today.
How did you meet? “We met at a bar in 2008 and were good friends for a couple of years before we started dating.”
International Saturday is upon us already and this week we head to Stockholm for Karin and Khashayar’s engagement shoot.
There is nothing more romantic then a rainy cosy winters day with your loved one. I love the pretty backdrop of Stockholm and just how wrapped up in each other Karin and Khashayar are.
Thanks so much to Neda Blake for sharing her lovely images with us today, here is what she had to say about the shoot;
“Sometimes little love stories grow and evolve through time.
There is something mystical about old cobble streets, little medieval alleyways and a wealth of history Gamla Stan (Old Town) offers, in Stockholm. Karin and Khashayar are both raised in this fantastic City and it was such a privilege to be working in such momentous location with very cool history as backdrop.
Karin and Khashayar were planning a lovely relaxed summer wedding in the stunning Stockholm archipelago. Their wedding plans were literally based on friends and family having a great time – a brilliant and very refreshing way of planning a good party!
Whilst their wedding was planned for a beautiful hot Swedish summer’s day, their engagement shoot was all about what Sweden is really known for – the cold weather! We were hoping for a white winter wonderland day, full of snow and mischief. We met at Slussen station, a nice way of getting great views and soak it all in as a perfect start to our little adventure. As we worked through the alleyways, jumped on the cobbled streets trying to not fall on the slippery rain soaked stones we stopped where we wished to capture the moment. Both were in their elements throughout the session, appreciating their City whilst enjoying each other’s company.
Karin and Khashayar met whilst studying at Chalmers University of Technology and a strong friendship evolved and as with time, their love grew. They’ve been together ever since leading busy lives but taking time to travel together, exploring and enjoying their lives in Stockholm.
As our session came to an end we all agreed that our bellies were delighted with the fika (the Swedish expression for having cake and coffee indulgence), we had taken in sights we had seen many times before but happily rediscover again and again and we had got to know each other and enjoyed the conversation in between the moments. All in all a successful City engagement session!”
Happy international Saturday :-) Today we are in the US for the gorgeous engagement shoot of Hannah and Nate.
These super lovely images convey just how in love Hannah and Nate are, with a beautiful location and stunning light this engagement shoot is just perfection.
Thanks to Katelyn Owens Photography for sharing her images with me via Two Bright Lights.
Afternoon lovelies, i think it’s high time for another love story, don’t you?
I actually met bride to be Lou earlier in the year at Tie The Knot as she is a talented baker and runs A Little Piece of Cupcake. So i am over the moon to be sharing her gorgeous engagement shoot today.
Lou and Ben first met at school, and 4 years later bumped into one another. Fast forward and they are planning a Mexican theme wedding (which sounds amazing!) and so headed out to a vintage fair for their engagement.
I so love these sweet, colourful and fun images,
Thanks so much to the fabulous Binky Nixon for sharing her photographs with us today.
Lou told me; “Ben and I went to the same school, he was in the year above me at school and was my major crush! Embarrassingly if you went to our school now you’d probably still find “I love ben i.d.s.t ” on all the tables!! On his last day of school after singing me his rendition of bill medleys I’ve had the time of my life we finally shared a kiss. Nearly four years later we bumped into each other on a night out and the rest is history!”