Groton, MA Sunset Engagement Session

This gorgeous engagement session actually happened a few weeks ago, but with the craziness of moving to North Carolina soon, I’m just now getting around to sharing them. This was a special one for me because this will be my last engagement session in Massachusetts for a while! This is one of my favorite places to shoot, and it’s minutes away from my house, so I’m definitely going to be reallyyy missing this area when I’m down in North Carolina. Although, I’m excited to find some new gorgeous film-like photoshoot locations in the Fayetteville and Raleigh areas! 

Kathryn and Taylor are the sweetest people and we were all laughing throughout the entire session (the best kind of sessions)! They even included their adorable pups in some photos! When they first inquired with me, I asked how they met and what they responded with was so eloquently worded, I have to include it here! 

“During the Spring 2014 semester at George Mason University, Taylor and Kathryn met in a leadership class for soon-to-be Resident Assistants. Kathryn thought Taylor was obnoxiously into it and Taylor couldn’t remember Kathryn’s name. Though the class did not bring them together, their time in that course and then as RAs over the next few years planted the seeds that ended up blossoming into the loving, patient, and adventurous relationship they have today.

In Fall 2015, Taylor and Kathryn’s friendship grew with the help of mutual friends and they began to care for and trust one another in ways neither had found or seen before. On November 14th, 2015, several months of flirting and hand-holding culminated in a first kiss. While Taylor sheepishly leaned in to kiss Kathryn on the cheek, Kathryn took the opportunity to show Taylor that she was ready to explore whatever was happening between them. Kathryn likes to be clear that she, technically, made the first official move.“

How sweet is that??

I can’t wait until next June to capture their wedding at the Ferncroft Country Club in Middleton, MA!

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