Brit and Eric – Engagement Photo Session in St. Charles
Britt and Eric -Engagement Photos St. Charles, IL
Britt and Eric contacted our studio to set up an engagement photo session and, of course, we were delighted to share a very special moment in time with them. We suggested taking the engagement photos at St. Charles, IL.
St. Charles happens to be one of my personal favorite locations for engagement photos because there’s a lot you can do and see here. We have taken several engagement photo sessions with different couples here and every time we go back to the location there’s always something cool to see and take a quick snapshot of.
I really liked the way Britt and Eric interacted with each other and tried to capture this on the photos. We decided to head out to Pottawatomie Park, which is one of the more popular parks in the area. It was a lot of fun to do, because there weren’t a lot of people around and the couple could have their alone time together without much interruptions.
Britt wore heel wedges, a brown jacket, a white-shirt and blue jeans. Eric wore a bright pink shirt with standard denim jeans and cowboy boots!
The couple walked past the lake hand and hand and sat on the bench to watch the tranquil water as I photographed them. Eric brought out a matching pink umbrella to shade Britt a little bit. The weather was threatening to rain, but we were lucky that it didn’t las long during our photo shoot and Britt brought along a red umbrella.
When the couple switched outfits, Eric wore a white t-shirt and a gray dress jacket and Britt wore a long green shirt with a leather coat and black heel boots on. We took some photos of the couple hanging around by themselves at the park and even captured some inside photos of Eric purposing to Britt again.
Britt and Eric are a fun-loving couple who plan on having their wedding in September at the Manzos Banquets. We hope to see them in September to celebrate their wedding as well!
More of our engagement photos can be seen on our Engagement Photography portfolio.
Photography: Doru Halip