Daisy had a vision for her engagement session before she even reached out to me. She told me she’d been following me on Instagram for a while and as soon as she got engaged, she knew I could turn her engagement photo dreams into a reality.
No pressure 😂
She had already picked out a photo studio with the most beautiful flower wall, floor to ceiling windows, and a cozy couch for snuggling. The studio is conveniently a block away from my climbing gym, so it was easy to get to… although I didn’t account for it being a fourth floor walk-up building, so I walked in sweaty and surprised. Listen- this is what you get with me. It’s always a good time, but it’s also always a roller coaster.
Such a roller coaster that even when we finished our indoor session, I looked at them and asked If they wanted to spend the last ten minutes of their session outside at Queensbridge Park, under the Ed Koch Bridge. Thankfully the obliged, because the photos we got were SO DREAMY!
Read the blog all the way to the end to see what Daisy had to say when she got these photos back 😉
After I delivered the images, Daisy sent back a quick “thank you” email, letting me know that she’d seen the photos and loved them. A few hours later, she sent me a DM on Instagram to tell me, “I just took a second to think about this whole experience. You made this experience sooo memorable. Julian and I will never forget how you made us feel during our special time. You exceeded our expectations! We never in a million years pictured ourselves here staring at these gorgeous pictures & here we are (and it’s all because of YOU!) Thank you from the bottom of our hearts 💕“ Aaaaaand now that we’re all collectively in tears, I can sign off on this blog post!