Anna Kate and Adam’s engagement photography session in Mobile, Alabama.
Saturday, was my first day of Spring wedding season or, at least I thought. As a Mobile, Alabama Photographer, this has been a difficult season for all of us. Unfortunately, with all that is going on in the world right now, many of my couples have been forced to postpone their weddings, and that is true for Anna Kate and Adam. We did their engagement session on Saturday morning and we were all set for their wedding this coming weekend, but with how things have escalated, they have decided to put the wedding off until things settle down.
My heart goes out to all of my couples that are left with an impossible decision. I can’t imagine being in their shoes. It’s a tough situation for everyone, but I can’t imagine having to hold off my marriage. I’m so thankful, I have been able to re-schedule these weddings for different dates.
As their photographer, I want to be as accomodating as possible during this difficult season.
We did Anna Kate + Adam’s engagement session at their private residence in Alabama. Of course, we had to get their sweet pup in some pictures too… and also Anna Kate’s goats. I love when clients bring their fur babies to a session. I have never captured goats at a session before, but it was so fun to try to get them in pictures. They were a little camera shy.
It was a very foggy morning. I actually have never shot in this much fog before. I have to say, I think I loved it. It gave their photos a different feel than I have seen before. They were soft and romantic. The pictures we got at the end were my favorite. I loved being able to see their reflection in the water! As soon as I saw their pond, I knew I wanted to capture a reflection photo.
While we don’t understand why everything worked out the way it has with this virus, I am certain that nothing will come between the love Anna Kate and Adam share. If they can get through this, I believe they can face all of life’s future challenges. I can’t wait to capture your wedding! It will be a celebration of love and a celebration of victory over this virus.