Who knew dressage lessons would lead you to the love of your life?  Horses are near and dear to my heart and I felt right at home with Brandon at their engagement session.  Cyran and Grayson asked to include this equine beauty along with their dog, Split this past fall.  The browns of November don’t get enough credit for being a natural beauty.  I loved how the dried flowers blended so well with Brandon’s shiny coat and Grayson’s cheetah jacket.  This couple could have stepped out of a Ralph Lauren editorial.

These two lovers celebrate June birthdays, so it’s no wonder this would be their favorite time of year to get married. I’m so pumped for their wedding at South Farms this June! I remember when they first opened and I did a styled shoot to kick off my excitement and then one of my favorite weddings from 2017!  I can’t thank Ben and Sarah enough for recommending me to wonderful couples. Farm weddings always feel right at home.

I’m so excited for Spring to awaken!

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  1. How freakin cool that they included horses in their shoot!! I love the uniqueness of everything about this! Way to kill it!

  2. I love that you incorporated their horse and pups into this equine engagement session! Such a beautiful job, I absolutely love it!

  3. Amazing work, Corey! Such a sweet engagement session. We always love the way your couples shoots really capture their unique personalities and their love.x

  4. WOW! I love that they had their horse with them for their engagement session. The images are breathtaking!!

  5. This session is absolutely gorgeous! You did an amazing job capturing their story! Loving the tones in your photos!

  6. These are all really lovely. I honestly haven’t seen many engagement sessions involving horses, but I loved every last bit of this one. And you’re right, these two are stunning individuals. This session could easily appear on the pages of a fashion magazine.

    1. Right! Aren’t Cyran and Grayson straight off the pages of an editorial! Thanks for stopping by and giving my blog a read. It means a lot. I love how they incorporated what’s important to them and that’s their mutual love of horses.

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