November 26, 2014

Engagement Shoot at The Mount: Trista & Dave

Happy Wednesday!

I know a lot of you are getting ready to head off to see family for the holiday, so before you leave we just wanted to take the chance to say “Happy Thanksgiving!!” from us to you… and to send you on your way with lots of pretty in the form of Trista & Dave’s engagement shoot at the gorgeous home of Edith Wharton, The Mount!!

Trista is actually a wedding planner herself, which made it such a HUGE honor that she chose us to do her wedding considering she already knows so many incredibly talented photographers in her area! And it also means that when it came to the engagement shoot, with Trista’s impeccable style, we knew it was going to be amazing!

Let’s start first with the incredible venue we got to shoot at all thanks to Trista & Dave’s connections there. The Mount is seriously such a DREAM location! Gardens, stone steps, tree lined pathways, incredible archways, not to mention the gorgeous house itself….I could seriously shoot there all the time! (Brides, if you’re getting married there…call me! :) Then add in the stunner of a black lace Monique Lhuillier gown that Trista wore and a classic black tie tux for Dave & we were pretty much in heaven!

We had the perfect day for it…a little overcast which turned the whole sky into a soft box & made for those moody black & whites we love so much! And a super sweet couple in love….it doesn’t get any better than that! Here are just a few of our favorites from the day!


  1. Rici

    HAPPY Thanksgiving to you!!!! What have you guys planned? So curious ;)

    Oh these engagement images are a fairy tale to look at!
    Love it!

    Many hugs from Germany!!

  2. Urška Majer

    Wow! What a gorgeous session :) And thank you for the words in the newsletter, excatly what i needed to hear!

  3. Grandma Ina

    What a beautiful venue! The photos were gorgeous.
    I wish ;you both a happy Thanksgiving. I’m thankful that you two got together!

  4. Emilia Jane

    Stunning. I’ve been dying to shoot at the Mount.

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