Call me cupid or call me crazy, but this stranger session was a dream to shoot. Rebekah & Jackson had no idea the other existed until this day. Rebekah, a fitness trainer, and Jackson, a baseball trainer, seemed to be perfect matches for one another. With so many things in common I couldn't wait to see how they paired together.

All throughout the session they continued to find ways to chat it up with plenty of laughter and bliss. Many times I would have to apologize for interrupting them as they seemed to hit it off. When we drove from location 1 to location 2, Rebekah requested to ride with Jackson...eep!! And then at the end of it all, phone numbers were exchanged. 🥰

We started things off with the ever popular pumpkin heads. No better way to encourage a playful and lighthearted atmosphere. And many things were discovered throughout the process.

1. Pumpkin heads are heavy.

2. Turning your head with a pumpkin on top must be done delicately.

3. Spray the pumpkin for flies.

After the reveal and having a great time, we moved to location 2 for an elopement styled shoot. With a stunning one-of-a-kind dress from Ruthette's Bridal (Canyon, TX) and a stark suit set from Dillard's, our couple was dressed to impress. They looked stunning together. Under the unique lights of The Iron Rose Wedding & Event Center (Amarillo, TX) Rebekah and Jackson created magic perfect enough for covers of magazines.

I've seen these types of sessions lead on to bigger and better things. I am so proud of the content we all created together, but I am more eager to see where this new spark leads to! Thank you to all who helped make this dream of a session possible.

Florals: @madeyoulookfloral

Venue & Truck: @ironrose_weddings

Bridal: @ruthettes

Groom Attire: @dillardsamarillo

Blanket: Hearth & Hand with Magnolia at Target

Lanterns: Amazon