Today’s blog post comes with a story. 😂 Abigail and Tyler booked me last year for their 2021 wedding at Howe Farms. We planned their summertime engagement session at Melton Hill Park, and we were anticipating gorgeous weather.
As soon as we got out of our cars and started walking up the hill, we noticed that it looked like a storm was a few miles away. The next thing we knew, an absolute DOWNPOUR came, and we had to run back to our cars. We debated calling it a day (especially since Abigail’s hair was absolutely drenched), but we ultimately decided to wait it out and see if it went away. I’m SO glad that we did! Abigail used the car vents to dry her hair with A/C, the storm passed in around 10-15 minutes, and we began! (Also, this is proof that pop-up storms can literally come out of nowhere and attempt to ruin your day.)
Abigail is a fellow photographer, and she took our “family” photos this past fall! (Family meaning me, Jordan, and our two fur-babies.) We adore her so much, and she is so incredibly talented. (She is also so full of grace. One of our dogs decided to use her hay bale as a toilet right at the end of the session. We’re still sorry, Abigail. 😂)
These two are SO full of joy and love, and I absolutely adored having them in front of my camera. They were willing to do literally anything I threw their way – even if it meant Tyler throwing Abigail around like a rag doll. I cannot wait to photograph their wedding in a few short months!! For now, here are a few of my favorite images from their engagement session at Melton Hill Park in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Abigail + Tyler
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