If you're a fan of hockey and as obsessed with looking at engagement photos as we are, then you're going to LOVE today's post! Get ready to be inspired by this downtown Nashville engagement session that took place at various places throughout the city, including the Bridgestone Arena and the Country Music Hall of Fame.
How would you describe the couple?
Erin and Robert click on so many different levels. There wasn't a joke that Robert told that didn't make Erin laugh out loud at, or at least bring a smile to her face and vise versa. They are such a fun- loving and energetic couple, and their love and joy is infectious.
What is their style?
Erin and Robert are really laid back, low key people. They love to spend their weekends in the fall watching football, eating hot wings, and hanging with family and friends. They are all about relaxing and enjoying the moment, and for this reason they have a very fun-loving approach to life. Their style is reflected in who they are and what they wanted for their wedding, and I think it translates to their engagement session as well. These images reflect their mutual love for one another as well as their good humor and high spirits.
In what areas of Nashville did their engagement photos session take place?
The whole session took place in downtown Nashville. We started at the Shelby Street walking bridge, moved over to the Bridgestone Arena, then headed to the Country Music Hall of Fame. After that, we walked through Printer's Alley and up to Public Square Park. The last stop was LP field where we wrapped up the session.
How were the places for the photos decided?
Erin and Robert like football but LOVE hockey! Since both sports take place in downtown Nashville, it only made sense for their engagement session to be in and around the city they spend so much time in.
What did you most enjoy about their session?
The thing I enjoy most about any engagement session is the one-on-one time spent getting to know the couple. We chat about everything: how they met, every last detail about the proposal, and how the wedding planning is progressing. When the couple is relaxed, their personalities are easily captured. I find the best way to relax them to get them focused on one another.
Did they mention their favorite photo?
Erin's favorite photo from the session was the black and white in the alley.
What's your favorite photo?
My favorite image from the session was in front of the fountain with both of them laughing. Robert was able to coax a genuine laugh out of Erin and luckily I was able to capture it.
Congratulations to Donald Yeager and his lovely wife, Hillary, on the birth of their adorable, baby girl just last week. And, congratulations to Erin and Robert who got married on June 8th at Holy Family Catholic Church in Brentwood, TN. Their wedding reception was held at the McConnell House in downtown Franklin.
Special thanks to Donald Yeager for capturing and sharing these amazing engagement photos with us!