So how about this timing? We were scheduled to originally do an engagement portrait session with Jennifer & Greg down in Charlottesville for apple picking, but when the morning came, it was windy and cold–not a great time to be on top of a mountain, plus the orchard had been quite picked over thanks to the apple festival the weekend before. So we rescheduled–a week after they closed on their suburban Maryland home. Since they were busy painting and generally turning the house into their home, we thought it would be a brilliant idea to do the shoot where they’re starting their lives together. We had a fantastic time together and you can see some of the fun results below with a few of our favorites. Enjoy!

And when you’re ready to see more, click here to see the entire engagement portrait session. The password, which is case-sensitive, is Jennifer’s maiden name.

Jennifer’s mom brought over a big pot full of potted flowers and a welcoming sign embedded in the middle. So sweet!

Yup, had to do it. 😉

Since painting had to be done anyway…

Congratulations j&g on your wonderful new home and your upcoming wedding! We’re absolutely thrilled to be a part of it and CAN’T wait for next July!!

xoxo,
…a&b

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  1. Love!! What an absolutely adorable couple! Can’t wait 🙂

  2. Great outcome guys…cute idea!

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