Maggie and Jed’s Colorado winter engagement photos at Echo Lake Park were filled with snowy adventures, dogs, and a jammypack!
As this was our first interaction together, I wasn’t sure how it would go, but I soon found out that I was definitely meant to be Maggie and Jed’s photographer. I pulled out my jammypack and explained to Maggie and Jed that I was trying a new thing at my engagement sessions where I play music while we take photos. Jed started to laugh and reached into their car and pulled out his jammypack. We all laughed about it and that was definitely the ice breaker. This couple was meant to be in my life!
Including your dogs in your engagement photos
First, we started by taking photos with their dogs. I absolutely love when my couples want to include their dogs for their engagement photos. Dogs are a part of the family and should always be included in your photos if possible. It is especially fun taking Colorado winter engagement photos with your dogs as they will love playing in the snow.
Our love for Harry Potter
I soon found out that we all share a love for Harry Potter. For anyone that knows me knows that my husband and I are Harry Potter fanatics. Anytime I find someone else who loves HP as much as me, I know that we will get along very well. Did I already say that these two were meant to be in my life!?
We explored Echo Lake Park and Maggie discovered that the snow was indeed very deep in some spots as one of her steps put her waist deep in the snow. It seemed as though we were all laughing for the entire 90 minutes we were taking photos. Fine by me! My goal is for every couple to have fun during their engagement session. Mission accomplished.
At the end of all my Colorado winter engagement photos, I have my couples break into a snowball fight. The rules: no snowballs to the face, and go!
Thank you Maggie and Jed for allowing me to capture your engagement photos. I’m so excited for your wedding this summer and can’t wait to celebrate you two!
Engagement photo location: Echo Lake Park in Idaho Springs, Colorado
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