Bayshore Park in fall in perfect for engagement sessions. It is the moment before the ice begins to shove against the breakwater. Before they close the road to the bottom boat ramp. It is when the leaves all begin to glow. Lighting up the whole park with its beauty. Bayshore Park is a favorite of mine because of its variety in spots for engagement sessions. But my favorite spot has always been the walkway.
Without a doubt, Kayla and me clicked the second we sat down and chatted for the first time. She was actually the first bride I met at Cuvlers. And after she listened to me rant about the cookie dough shortage, she started to laugh. Kayla had done the same exact thing that I did when she went to order. You know the moment of shock when a restaurant tells you that they are out of what you want to order. And you stand there confused at the cash register because now you don’t know what to order? Yeah, we both did that. She had wanted cookie dough too. We also talked about puppy war stories and all about our crazy critters. Before we knew it, we had spent over two hours talking about anything and everything. Our ice creams melted down into soup, I knew right then that Kayla and I were going to be great friends.
Then I got to met her other halves (the puppies of course) for their engagement session. And although Chris and I had never met, we also clicked instantly. So together, with their cute puppies, we set out to Bayshore Park for their engagement photos. Oh, and we made a pit stop just for Chris at the end. Enjoy a few sneak peeks from your engagement session!