When people ask me where they should be shooting their prewedding session, I would most likely recommend them to go back to the place that holds most of their story together. There is a familiar and sentimental feeling that will pop up every time they gaze their eyes on a landmark of a place that witnessed the beginning of their journey together, and because that’s what pre-weddings are partly about, going back to that memorable place will always be a good idea.
I know William and Angelia from my time in Seattle. They went to the same college and church together, and that’s probably where they fell in love too. So, we went back to Seattle to shoot for their pre-wedding portraits. We chose some offbeat locations for them, something that was unique to Seattle but not too touristy, some places that reminded them of their dating years there.
Although I’ve known them for a while now, it wasn’t until this trip that I really got to know this very loving couple. It took a while for William to warm up to my camera, but after a few clicks he was a complete natural. Shooting for friends have always offered the best experience to me.
Congratulations William and Angelia, who just got hitched earlier this month in Bali! I wish you all the best in every season marriage life has to offer.
Here are some of my favorite pre-wedding portraits of them.