When I first heard from David & Allie they sounded incredibly sweet and were excited to be planning their wedding for Spring 2016 here in Orlando.
Any couple that is willing to set their consultation meet up with me at the Lake Eola Farmer’s Market over lemonade mojitos is a winner in my book! David is one of the few guys from Orlando that plays what is traditionally a sport saved for MUCH colder climates- hockey.
Luckily he found a girl from New York who shared his love for the sport, and the rest is history! Their wedding will be out among the beautiful courtyard gardens of Shingle Creek with lots of greenery, so they thought it would be fun to spend their engagement session strolling the city- starting at Church Street Station.
We even caught the thrill of standing next to few SunRail trains passing by. With light rail and city rental bicycles this little town is definitely coming up in the world! There is something so special about being in the city in the morning- bustling so full of life, and so much amazing potential for a beautiful day ahead!
Kinda like engagements- it’s always amazing to see couples like David & Allie who are head over heels in love and have an incredibly sweet future ahead of them.
Photoshoot Type: Engagement, Wedding Date planned for: Spring 2016, Locations: Downtown Orlando via Church Street Station, South Orange Ave, Pine Street, West Church Street, Season: Fall- September 2015, Style details: indigo blue, ivory & marigold romper, tan leather platform sandals, For Photographers: 5DMark III, 85mm f1.2L, 70-200mm f2.8L, Venque CamPro Backpack (with weather duck pack at the ready for rain!), Phottix Mitros + Odin, , with Flashbender mod- and see if you can guess which shot I used the Brenizer method for. 🙂