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Quick Guide: Getting the Most Out of Your Spring Engagement Photos

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Spring is almost upon us and this means goodbye to cold, dreary winter and hello to pretty flowers, warm days and... your ENGAGEMENT PHOTOS! We want to give you the low-down on all the trending tips to ensure you get the most out of your spring engagement photos.

With spring being the most popular time to take engagement photos – you're sure to be looking fab with these tips!

Pictured above by Monika de Myer Photography: The Haley Dress

1. Choose An Outfit You'll Love

You deserve to feel comfortable and beautiful in the outfit or outfits you plan to wear for your engagement photos. Be yourself and wear something that you'll look back on and be proud of.

Wear something that makes you feel amazing and most importantly – be true to you! Engagement photos are a sweet time – the in-between of more than dating, but not quite married.

These photos will encapsulate a short but memorable time that you'll want to look back on and remember.

Need outfit recs? Take a peek below at some of our tried-and-true favorites! Need more inspiration? Visit our engagement photo outfits page for more lovely outfit inspo!

From left to right: The Lina Dress, The Anderson Dress, The Elodie Dress, The Loddy Dress, The Rose Dress, and The Zoe Jumpsuit.

 2. Do Something You Both Love

Not sure of the best photo location or what to do during your shoot? When in doubt – do something you BOTH love.

Do you have a favorite coffee shop, park, or book store that brings back sweet memories for the two of you? Or maybe you both love riding bikes, playing board games, or strolling through the park with your pup! Make sure to incorporate those locations and activities into your engagement shoot.

Choosing a location and activity of significance will bring a personalized experience to your engagement session. Not only this, but you tend to be more comfortable doing things you love!

If you're a bit nervous about your session, choosing something you love will help ease up your nerves.

Pictured above by Monika de Myer Photography: The Haley Dress

3. Check Out Our Engagement Photo Guide

Still have questions? No worries girl – we've got you! We understand it can all be a bit overwhelming, and sometimes you just wish someone would tell you the steps.

Our Engagement Photo Guide is a 14-page e-book packed full of time-tested tips and real engagement photo images to help you plan the perfect engagement photo session. With everything from the timeline, to locations and outfits, poses, and how to dress your best – we cover it all!