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Friday, January 25, 2013

Fall Engagement Session: Julie & Scott

I am not going to lie, wedding photos are my guilty pleasure. Good or bad, I could look through the albums for hours, discovering all the little details that make every wedding unique.
A close second to the wedding album are the engagement photos. With the right photographer, these images tell the story of each, individual couple. It's an opportunity for Facebook stalkers outsiders (and even friends and family) to catch a glimpse of what makes your relationship work and how the two of you mesh together. That's why, to end this week, I've chosen to share a collection of engagement photos that showcase the best of this beautiful couple.

After meeting at the Kentucky Derby and dating close to 18 months, Scott & Julie were engaged in 2011 on Christmas morning. 
This past September, the couple joined Denver photographer, Gino Siller for engagement photos at Lone Hawk Farms in Boulder. The lovely autumn backdrop combined with the perfect country props hint to the couple's rustic-chic wedding theme. Siller so perfectly showcases the couple's carefree personalities and love for one another (and their pups) in this magazine-worthy combination of images!
The two will tie the knot in August among the breathtaking mountain views in Breckenridge, Colorado.

Sweaters Engagement Photo

Smile Engagement PHoto

Shadow Engagment Photo

Engagment Photo with Hay Bails

Silly Engagement Photo

Engagement Photo with Shoes

Save the Date with Dogs

Vintage Truck Engagement Photo

Ring Shot on Boot

Engagement Photo by Lake

Engagement Photo near Barn

Outdoor Engagement Photo

Pitchfork Engagment Photo

 Engagement Photo on Truck Bed

Wanna see more? Go check out Gino Siller's blog for more of his gorgeous work and stay tuned for a wedding recap on this couple's wedding at the end of this year!

Would you like to see your wedding or engagement featured on All Tulled Up? Email me at AllTulledUp{at}gmail{dot}com for more information! 

*Photo Credits for all images to Gino Siller Photography*

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