If you’re looking for something to cheer you up in this crazy season we are in then look no further than Kayla and Max’s Queset House engagement session. When Kayla came to me with the idea to do a snowy engagement session with her pup, Lucy, I immediately said, “YES!” If you are wondering whether or not you should bring your dog to your session (or even cat! yes, I have done an engagement session with a cat before), then the answer is yes, always.
We were waiting and waiting for some good snow fall this winter and thought we were out of luck until we ended up getting a random, small storm at the end of March. Immediately we got our things together and decided to shoot the next day in Easton, MA. We got so lucky, because it was definitely the last snow of the season. Kayla was a bombshell dancing around and braving the cold!
I knew Kayla and Max would catch right on to being in front of the camera because they both have such vibrant personalities. It’s so clear to me that these two are madly in love. Kayla brought Lucy into Max’s life and he clearly look on the dog dad role with no hesitancy. They’ve created the sweetest little family together with Lucy and I was so excited to share these with you all! I hope you enjoy this adorable session as much as I do.
First Location: Gardens at Queset House Engagement Session
Second Locations: Ames Free Library in Easton Massachusetts
Emerald Green Gown: Lulu’s
Sparkle Skirt & White Top: Free People
Sparkle Booties: Betsey Johnson
Photography: Katherine Brackman Photography
Engagement Ring: custom made from D. Cole Jewelers in Portland, Maine (Kayla’s brother in law’s best man owns the store and it’s a family run business.)