It was so exciting to do my first ever engagement shoot with Heather & Welin! Heather and I had planned out the shoot months in advance — she wanted shots in Central Park, and maybe a few in Times Square. Our plans changed a little bit when she spied this gorgeous graffiti-covered wall on her way down the West Side Highway:
It was so colorful and graphic! Heather had brought a few outfits for them both to change into, and I think these looked perfect with the colors of the wall 🙂
From there, we made our way to Central Park via the courtyard of the Plaza Hotel.
It’s amazing to me that these next two shots were taken about a block away from each other. NYC is full of such great juxtapositions.
This heart was carved into the Gapstow Bridge (also in the background above). Heather used to spend a lot of time sitting and reading on the bridge when she first came to NYC, so it was nice to include a place that was really special to her 🙂
Did I mention Heather’s costume changes? 😉 She is a total fashionista! I am in awe of those heels!
This was one of the last pics of the day. We couldn’t leave without including a horse-drawn carriage!
They’re getting married in the Dominican Republic, and I wish I could stow away in their luggage to go with them 😉 Congratulations Heather & Wellington! I had a great time with you guys, and I know you will have a beautiful wedding and marriage!