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Jackie + Erik | Watters Creek Engagement

When I first met with Jackie and Erik, I immediately noticed how he moved his chair so he could sit RIGHT beside her with his arm around her shoulders. If that’s not a sign of a guy that’s totally crazy about a girl, I don’t know what is. Throughout the meeting they looked at each other a lot, and lots of smiles were shared between them.:)I knew these guys were perfect for me. They are obviously genuinely in love and super laid back and happy people! I loved working together on their engagement session. They laughed a lot, couldn’t keep their eyes )or hands) off of each other and everything was just perfect! We went out to Watters Creek in Allen which was a great place for these. My favorite images in this collection are the ones we took in Bonnie Ruth’s and out in the swampy field behind the parking garage. That’s right, these gorgeous, sunny photos were taken in a small patch of wild wheat in a boggy, swampy area right behind a concrete parking garage! Whoop! Beauty is everywhere.:)Jackie was absolutely flawless. I couldn’t get over how stunning she is as I edited these. If you’re wondering where she had her hair and makeup done she went to The Drybar for her hair and Blushington for makeup. 😉

So, take a look, leave some love and enjoy this little bit of pretty.:)

 

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  • Jeniece - These are absolutely stunning, Teresa. What an adorable couple!ReplyCancel

  • Tonya - I love your pretty brown eyes, Jacqueline! Isn’t it fun to be in love? Blessings to you both on your new adventure.ReplyCancel

  • Amy - Love this! You are killing it. The ones on the steps are my fave too!ReplyCancel

  • Chelsea McG - Pretty pretty light! And I LOVE the shot of them on the steps from overhead. Great vision. :)ReplyCancel

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