Sweet Spring Engagement Session at Longwood Gardens

Orchids, daisies, tulips—they all know when it is exact time to bloom, to stretch open their beautiful petals and greet the world. After careful cultivation and nurturing that is second nature to our earth, we are able to witness some of its majesty in full color.

To me, Hannah and Sebastian’s love story symbolizes this beautiful balance of timing. Hannah was a family friend to Sebastian when they first met. However, as time would tell, their friendship with bloom/grow into them being each other’s forever person.

I was so honored to document their proposal in Fairmount Park, and the party didn’t stop as we photographed their engagement session at the iconic Longwood Gardens. This was our first time visiting, and it did not disappoint. An afternoon of smiles and laughs amongst nature’s wonder created some of my favorite images to date.

I am so excited to see what the future holds for these two! Congratulations, again.

Song Inspiration: “Strawberry Swing” by Coldplay



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