When Nina contacted me about planning her engagement session, I was excited to hear that she and fiancé Cameron wanted to use the Stettler Museum. If you know this beautiful couple, you know that Cam and Nina are full of fun and just want to have a great time doing whatever they’re doing. Watching how they interact together, the little touches and looks they give each other, I’m so excited to photograph their wedding and be a part of the festivities on their special day!
We started our session at the cafe. And next moved on to one of the two old fashioned 1 room schools the museum has on premises. I have a confession to make about myself…I’m terrified of mannequins. They scare the bejesus outta me. I yelped and clutched at my chest almost every time we went around a corner in these buildings. There are mannequins EVERYWHERE! And Cam and Nina laughed. Every. Time. Haha.
We hung out at the train station. Honestly, Nina and Cam were so comfortable just being themselves. So genuine and happy! I really can’t wait for their ceremony! Who doesn’t love a friendly game of checkers? Nina’s spectacular engagement ring resting on the ‘R’ of an antique typewriter is pretty fitting when the groom’s last name is Robertson!
Wowzers! A prize inside! 🙂 And what farm kid passes by a tractor without hopping on it and making tractor sounds??!! Oh these two!
After the museum we headed to a nearby park for the last bit of our session!
‘So, this is love;
This is what makes life divine’ ~ Cinderella
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