Kitchener Engagement Photography | Christine & Andrew
Check out Christine & Andrew’s engagement photos from Kitchener, Ontario!
It was a gorgeous day at Victoria Park in Kitchener, Ontario for Christine and Andrew’s engagement photography shoot. The love Christine and Andrew had for each other was undeniable during their engagement session and I had such an amazing photographing the lovebirds in Kitchener. Victoria Park was the perfect setting with the beautiful ponds and bridges as the backdrop for their engagement photos. The early morning sun provided such a gorgeous, soft light that gleamed so elegantly through the willow trees and produce some stunning image for the lovely couple.
The park is located in the heart of Kitchener and it truly is picture perfect and that is why so many clients will book their engagement and wedding photography at the Victoria Park Pavilion in Kitchener. It was important that Christine and Andrew capture some memorable engagement shots here since they have decided to have a destination wedding in Mexico next year. While we won’t be the photography studio capturing their Kitchener Wedding Photography, we hope they have some amazing images to remember their bag day by.
Not only did we manage to capture many memories at the park but the couple took full advantage of having a wardrobe change half way through the shoot which really helps with the diversity of the images. This is another reason why this location is great for an engagement o or wedding shoot because of the diversity in scenery the park has to offer. Because of the great architecture such as the grand clock tower and the natural beauty of the ponds and willow tree, the couple had a vast amount of options to choose from to turn into large artwork for their home!
And that is exactly what Christine and Andrew did! Now, they have life long memories that they can hang on their wall, of all the fun we had during the engagement shoot. Next up for the lovely couple, is planning all the exciting details for their destination wedding in Mexico next year.