Okay y’all — back in January I did a cute little mini session of Hannah and Quinton in Downtown Franklin (check that out here) and now we are back for Part Two with this lovely couple — their engagement session! This time we went for a more natural and earthy background than the first time, and my oh my, the park did NOT disappoint in the slightest! I really think that we found the one park in Nashville that looks like the Pacific Northwest and let me tell you — I am not sad in the slightest. Quinton and Hannah truly made this background shine even brighter and just radiated love and I’m so glad that I got to photograph the both of them again!! Literally obsessed with the two of them
AND if these photos aren’t enough to make your soul rest happily forever, just know that they also gave me a sweet birthday gift with the BEST smelling candle (among other things) to ever cross the face of the planet!! Ugh, gift giving is my love language and this just spoke to my soul on a deep level — Hannah and Quinton are just SO thoughtful and kind like WUT. my heart is FULL. So basically, they win the best-looking and most thoughtful couple award IT’S FINE I’M FINE
But okay, y’all this session was perfect. The weather was absolutely beautiful (sunny and warm with a beautiful sunset), and the lake that we took photos by was stunning — calm, peaceful, and just brimming with life… and death LOL there was a single dead fish right by the lake that I accidentally made Hannah and Quinton sit by we got a good laugh out of that, and yes, their final gallery does include a photo of the dead fish oops . Also, there was a good amount of people fishing on the lake, but still it felt mostly quiet and like a nice vacation from society.
My heart is so FULL and I’m just so glad that my life has crossed paths with these two. They make life more fun and meaningful and are such an encouragement — they are truly just worth knowing. I hope whoever you are, reading this blog post, just enjoy looking through these photos 🙂
Let’s get you both married — cheers to the Future Hoffmans!