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I’m finally ready to share the last post from this lovely spring engagement session. After our stop at the vine covered trellises (in my previous post), we drove to First Christian Church, where Quintin and Hayli will be married in August. The building, constructed in 1942, was one of the first churches in America to be built in a contemporary style. It has simple lines and tons of windows–which will make for absolutely glowing wedding photography! For this session, we stayed outside the church and made use of the soft white steps and walls in the terrace and the enormous wood doors at the main entrance.
For our final location of the day, we just crossed the street to Irwin Gardens. Though the vines and flowers were mostly bare, we made some beautiful images with the architectural elements of the garden, and I absolutely love the photos of Hayli and Quintin lying face to face on the brick walkways. I love putting couples in playful poses like this, and I am so excited to work with these adventurous souls again on their wedding day!