Have you ever been standing out the checkout and the cashier tells you the item your purchasing is on sale that day? Or pulled out your winter coat for the first of the season to find $20 in the pocket? This is kind of how Bryan and I felt as soon as we met Quentin and Tabatha for their engagement session.
We were only supposed to use Quentin's childhood home as a meeting spot to traverse into town, when what to my wondering eyes should appear? An old 1920s home full of family heirlooms and a wood-burning stove. Such a treasure! And these two were great to jump right into a few shots. Such kind and wonderful people, we got to capture hints and sparks of their personalities and love for each other in this beautiful session.
After a few shots inside, we headed out...but we didn't make it any closer to downtown Canton than the backyard! This space was full of treasures from flowing ivy to canoes and kayaks to a old car Quentin is restoring as their getaway wheels for after the wedding! With all of this at the backdoor (literally), we couldn't quite leave. Plus, these photos will be so personal to these two! No one else will have anything quite like it.
After the soft and romantic looks we got in the privacy of their backyard, Quentin and Tabatha changed clothes to finish their session out on the town.