Post # 1
Hey guys! So we have booked out engagement photos for the 16th! (YAY)
Anyone have any photos of their engagement photos, or inspiration photos that they used. Also any help with outfits! Im so excited but nervous at the same time because ive never seen anyone take engagement photos in the winter!
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@inwaiting: I hope she doesn’t mind me sharing her photos but check this bees amazing winter photos
Winter lodge engagement picture teaser! **pic heavy**
Post # 5
We did ours last March – it was super snowy and in the woods. We let our dog be in some of them, they turned out amazing.
I wore a couple different outfits – a more casual one with skinny jeans, a plaid shirt and an open leather bomber jacket with ugg boats.
The second outfit was with skinny jeans, but i wore dressier lea bither boots, with a navy button down shirt, over that I wore a bright red moto jacket which really popped beautifully against all the white snow and brown trees.
Post # 6
Find a cute, non bulky coat and wear layers. Both FI and I had high performance long underwear on under our outfits. Very sexy. It wasn’t snowing when we took pictures but it was 19 degrees oh my GOD. It was sort of a miserable expereince at times but you can’t tell in the pictures (thanks photographer!) My photog let me keep gloves in his bag and we moved fast! Sorry they are huge!
Post # 7
- Wedding: January 2013 - Harbourfront Grand Hall
@inwaiting: We did winter epics!
Post # 8
@eecuadrado: looove those! so cute going to give them to my photog for inspiration.
@CaroBee: those city pictures look so nice!
Post # 9
@inwaiting: aww good! glad to help
Post # 10
ours were in november, in michigan, which is pretty much winter– i suggest lots of hats, scarves for nice texture.
peacoats always photograph nicely too!
Post # 11
@blondie_bride: love the last one! We just got sooooo much snow here so now im looking at photos with snow -.- hopefully its not too much white!
Post # 12
@inwaiting: oh i hear you on the snow factor. these were taken 2 years ago, and it was a pretty mild november back then…. if they were taken now, we’d have about 40 inches of snow to work around!!
I think if you wear nice, bright colors it will help counteract all of the white snow… dont be afraid to ask your photographer if they have any suggestions on outfits, colors, etc.
Post # 13
Here are some of my winter e-pics!
The second picture is in a clock tower, where he proposed the winter before this last one!
Word of advice-if you are wearing boots or shoes that cover, wear MULTIPLE socks! Especially if you will be standing on snow the whole time! If you will have extra time between some shots like you are walking to locations, have hand warmers in your pockets to use whenever a picture is not being taken. Wear layers but do not look bulky! Good luck! I hope you love them! Also, have fun! Get pictures of you trowing snow! We had a friend take pics one time as a practice engagement shoot and took this one…
It makes me laugh and I love it even though it is not a professional picture.