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Shea + Joey | Allen and McKinney Engagement Session

Being a wedding photographer in Dallas rings me into the lives of many really great people and I am honored to be a part of such a transitional and special time in their lives. I was so excited when Shea and Joey asked me to be their wedding photographer because I knew right away they were going to be a great couple to work with and that I would have so much fun with them! They are a super relaxed, laid back couple and this session reflects that easy going nature about them. I love Shea’s classic look and the gorgeous lavendar, pinkish top she chose! It’s so chich and romantic and that romance is so apparent etween Shea and Joey, they are a couple who it is easy to see how much in love they really are.

We started this session at an old abandoned railroad in Allen, where we were ale to play with so many fun textures and the railroad, trees and tall grass brought in a sweet, rustic feel that is so characteristic of Lightbox’s style and also lent itself well to Shea and Joey’s relaxed, no fuss attitudes. Then we finished up at the Historic McKinney Square which is just a playground of cool backdrops and fun! Enjoy!

vintage inspired engagement pictures

 couple holding hands and laughing during engagement session at an abandoned railroad track in Allen TX

couple in love sitting in tall field of grass with sun flare in background among trees at abondoned railroad in Allen TX with a vintage rustic inspiration

sun glows behind happy couple with stream of water in background and tall wheat grass surrounding

vintage inspired engagement photos with natural surroundings amoung trees and tall grass couple wearing classic modern clothing

 beautiful couple smiling together on a sunny winter day in McKinney

  couple with mckinney square twinkling in background

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  • Shea Bradley - Love the pictures!! We’re having a hard time choosing the ones we want to print.ReplyCancel

  • Maria - These looks great Teresa! That railroad bridge is fantastic and I love the last one with the couple on the second story of one of the downtown buildings.ReplyCancel

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