This Yosemite National Park Engagement Session is why we are so in love with what we do!
Lets start at the beginning:
We were out at a local bar one night and we had our pup, Sequoia. (If you know us you know we take her almost everywhere we go!) We saw Taylor, Alex & their aussie pup from across the way, so naturally as a dog parent, you have to go say hi to any other cute puppy in the surrounding premises! We instantly became friends because of our dogs, and started meeting up at that same bar every Friday night! (partly for the happy hour, but mostly for the puppy play date lol)
If you know these two, you can instantly tell that they were made for each other. They are the epitome of #relationshipgoals & we found out that their tradition is to go to Yosemite multiple times a year with their families to go camping. We said, “Let’s all take a trip up there for engagement pictures!” They didn’t hesitate to say “YES!”. So, we drove 9 hours to Yosemite National Park to capture these magical moments!
We car camped with our dogs, and woke up at sunrise to head to the meadow to start shooting – let these photos speak for themselves! This Yosemite National Park Engagement Session is our favorite session since we started off as San Diego Wedding Photographers, so get excited!
After our sunrise session, we explored the vastness of this gorgeous place, & headed back for hot chocolate and s’mores around the campfire. We got to capture some more casual pictures of these two lovebirds in their natural habitat with Kirra, their aussie, and cuddling in the back of their car.
These views + this couple = out of this world!! This Yosemite National Park Engagement Session made us SO excited to go back and edit!
Yosemite National Park Engagement Session by Bree and Stephen Photography
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