I’m so excited to share this English-Cottage inspired engagement session with you today! There is nothing I love more than a bride who has an amazing vision for her engagement session! Michelle knew she wanted something that resembled Europe (she has a love for all things 1800s french and Italy), and after doing quite a bit of research, we were able to find the perfect location!
Enter in the adorable, Jonathan Clark House Museum. This old-homstead-turned-museum is located just outside the city of Milwaukee and was exactly what Michelle was envisioning! To match the feel she was going for, Michelle and Austin also brought some amazing props including a picnic basket, blanket, and a bouquet of white flowers! We were able to create some adorable imagery with each of those!
Michelle and Austin probably have one of the cutest “how we met” stories. Austin is a driver for UPS and had a temporary route delivering to the location where Michelle worked (a business owned by her parents!). Michelle’s parents told her how cute the UPS driver was and encouraged her to go talk to him. After a few days of brushing off their request, Michelle’s Dad pushed her out the door to talk with him. When Michelle saw him for the first time she very quickly changed her mind! After a few days of small talk (and knowing he wasn’t their permanent driver), Michelle asked him out on a date! The rest is history! 🙂
These two will be getting married in a small intimate ceremony at the Villa Terrace Art Museum in just a few months! I know their wedding is going to be equally as beautiful as their English-cottage inspired engagement session was! Looking forward to celebrating with you both super soon!!
An English-Cottage Inspired Engagement Session | Milwaukee Engagement Photographer
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