Posted January 16, 2012 | 6 Comments
Carla and Matt’s rustic New Hampshire engagement session is the perfect story if you’re looking to escape the ordinary. Their tale begins when Carla and Matt first met each other on a double blind date. Finding that they both had a lot in common, especially their same sense of nonsense humor, the dating game began. During the 3 years that ultimately lead to their engagement, they found out so much they love about one another. One of the things that Carla finds endearing about Matt is his absolute dedication to the company he co-founded named PeaceLove Studios. Matt in return enjoys the passion Carla has for her work in Finance, and her resolve to helping him further the mission of his company’s effect on helping the community.
Engaged and ready to plan, Carla began researching for the perfect photographer to capture their rustic New Hampshire engagement. She stumbled upon Amanda from Boro: Creative Visions.
Amanda worked with Carla, as the two created the quintessential way to theme the engagement session and incorporate fun elements. One of those elements was their Jeep, a part of their relationship since they met, and something they enjoyed regularly. Another fun idea was Matt’s, when he proposed they pack all the gear they could carry and act out a hitchhiking scene holding out a sign for their Save the Date. With artistic ideas in mind all three had such a memorable time planning and acting out their engagement shoot.
With their wedding just a little more than 6 months away, Carla and Matt are excited to be getting married on July 28, 2012 in Waterville Valley. Their wedding location in the White Mountains of New Hampshire is certain to be the place where all their friends and family can relax with nature’s beauty and plenty of activities. Carla said, “Waterville is the first place we visited and nothing else seemed to compare! All of the lodging and activities are in close proximity, it has a feeling of being at camp. We hope it brings out the kid in everyone!”
If you loved this engagement shoot and are interested in seeing more engagement photos from this savvy New England wedding photographer, check out Amanda’s website Boro: Creative Visions.
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