When Ashley and I talked about location options for her engagement session with Matt, they settled on a classic downtown Huntsville look. We never get tired of downtown Huntsville sessions because there are so many different looks and styles you can find – all within walking distance of each other. This session highlighted Big Spring Park, including the iconic red Japanese Friendship Bridge. (Matt proposed near the bridge!)
We also spent some time at the classic Bank Building. It’s a favorite of ours with its bright and airy pillars that make a gorgeous backdrop for portraits. We’re not alone in loving the Bank Building! April is prom season for area schools, and downtown Huntsville is a hotspot for prom pictures. Ashley and Matt took it all in stride, and their session couldn’t have been more perfect!
Adding to that perfection was Gus’s sweet energy! Many of our couples have been asking to incorporate their dog into their engagement session, and the answer is always yes! Gus did such a great job and has such fun energy for life and the outdoors. His bowtie was icing on the cake!
Ashley and Matt (who is the brother of one of our past J&A Brides, Molly! So very fun!!) nailed their session with flying colors. It’s not always easy to get rid of the camera jitters if you’ve never had a professional session before, but they were absolute pros by the end! We had the best time! Their personalities are so kind and gracious. What a joy they are! Their November wedding is going to be a blast, and we can’t wait!
Looking for more downtown session inspiration? Don’t miss Anna & Caleb’s summer downtown Huntsville engagement session here on the blog!
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