Door County Engagement| Gracie & Chris – camilledexter.com

There is no better place to celebrate an engagement than Door County. Especially amongst the perfect cherry blossoms trees during sunset. The sun shines brightly through the leaves. Casting a perfect glow that makes everything more magically. Add in a beautiful summer night and a breeze that is absolutely perfect. There is no better way to spend a summer night in Door County.

“no better place to celebrate an engagement than Door County.”

We started Gracie and Chris’s Door County engagement session at the orchards in Egg Harbor. As the sun set slowly behind them, we got into a lot of shenanigans and I knew by the middle of their engagement session that they are perfect together. Chris is full of laughter and life and loves every second of it. And Gracie adds fuel to the fire by laughing right along with him. They were also down for any games I had in mind. Which may have started off weird in some cases but turned out amazing.

I have to say that these two definitely added some POP to their engagement session. Gracie came to me with an idea before their engagement session to do a first look. Since they were deciding to elope, she wanted to do a first look in her dress with Chris. She wanted something different and asked me if I thought balloons with confetti would be cool. Of course I said a big old HECK YES and boy did she follow through. I will let you just wait until you get to those amazing photos.

Gracie and Chris, thank you sooooooo much for allowing me to be apart of not only this special moment with the first look but also part of your HUGE celebration next year! You two are truly amazing and I hope those photos capture your love for each other. Enjoy a FEW favorites from your engagement session!

Love Camille

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Venue: Schartner’s Farm Market

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