Erin + JP knew they wanted to slay the game before their wedding, so they flew from Florida to California to plan their Joshua Tree National Park Engagement Photos! If you think they’re professional models then guess again – they’ve actually never taken photos before!
That’s why Joshua Tree National Park Engagement Photos are a good idea – because you don’t THINK about the camera when you’re adventuring in the park! You just enjoy the scenery and let your photographers (Bree + Stephen) do the rest!!
We asked Erin + JP what kind of photos they preferred (more serious or more playful) and they went for a mix of both! Sometimes certain couples will prefer a more intimate/romantic look for their engagement photos, other couples will go for a more playful/goofy engagement session! It’s always great to ask before we start taking pictures because nobody wants to be somebody they’re not – so it worked out perfectly since Erin + JP are both a mix of romantic, playful, intimate, and goofy! Quadruple win!
We climbed on giant rocks at Jumbo Rock Campgrounds and pulled off the side of Joshua Tree National Park to take engagement pictures next to the desert trees – the warm sunlight glistening off Erin’s face illuminated her beauty to unveil the goddess that she is!! And our favorite part is that JP was ALL FOR IT!! When your man thinks you’re hot…THAT’S HOT!!
Our key takeaway from these Joshua Tree National Park Engagement Photos:
1) Have fun and don’t be scared to climb on a jumbo rock!
2) Trust your photographers to take you to their favorite spots!
3) Wear something dark if you’re taking pictures in a bright/airy desert!
& now here’s some of our favorite moments from the day! Our hearts are full and so are our SD cards🥰
Thanks for enjoying these images! If you love the style these two rocked in their Joshua Tree National Park Engagement Photos, check out these tips on how to dress your best in your photos!
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