Arsine and Ray wanted a redwoods engagement session, and if you’re looking for something similar, then look no further than the breathtaking beauty of Big Sur. Incorporating the towering redwoods into your session will add just the right touch of enchantment! Arsine and Ray did just that by turning their engagement session into a memorable camping trip at Fernwood Campground! My favorite campground in the area!
One of the things I love most about being a photographer is the opportunity to capture not just beautiful images but also the essence of a couple’s story. Arsine and Ray had originally planned to elope, but they wanted to include their family in their wedding celebration. So, they compromised by opting for a larger, traditional Armenian wedding in southern California and decided to have an adventurous engagement session in Big Sur.
Best photo locations in Big Sur
As we explored the picturesque landscapes of Big Sur, I couldn’t help but feel the excitement and love radiating from Arsine and Ray. We ventured to epic cliffsides, crossed breathtaking bridges, and strolled along rugged beaches, capturing every precious moment along the way.
Picnic on the Beach
To add a touch of romance to their engagement session, Arsine set up a charming picnic on the beach. It was a perfect moment of intimacy amidst the grandeur of nature. The love and joy shared between them were palpable, and I was honored to be there to document it all.
Redwood Photos in Big Sur
If you’re dreaming of an engagement session that combines natural beauty, adventure, and a touch of romance, consider Big Sur for your special day. And if you’re looking for a photographer who knows all the hidden gems of this stunning location, look no further than Jenn Whalen Weddings.
Don’t miss the opportunity to capture your love story against the backdrop of towering redwoods and breathtaking landscapes. Book your Big Sur engagement session today and let the magic of this incredible place unfold in your photos.
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