The Winter storm that recently approached Middle Tennessee happened to create the perfect backdrop for Jay Farrell Photography’s latest engagement session in the quaint, small city of Dickson, Tennessee. There is nothing more naturally romantic than capturing the love between a couple during a snowy day in a quaint downtown area.
The adorable couple actually share the same name, Taylor and Taylor, which provided a fun element for the session. Jay Farrell called the girls Taylor A and Taylor B when giving any direction during the shoot!
Before the holidays, Taylor contacted Jay Farrell Photography about shooting engagement photos for her and her girlfriend. Taylor loved the fact that Jay proudly serves the LGBT community and has a very organic, natural style when taking engagement photos. The couple had never had photos taken professionally, so this would be a fun experience for the both of them. In fact, Taylor planned a surprise proposal to happen during the session! Her girlfriend, Taylor, would be under the impression that they were just taking couple photos, and did not know she would be saying “yes!” to the girl of her dreams!
The couple wanted to have a small town feel, and downtown Dickson was a special place to the both of them, making it the perfect location! The session was scheduled to happen during the weekend of the Winter storm, but the 8 inches of snow did not scare away this team! Thankfully, the main roadways were clear when the session took place, and the beautiful snow inspired a Winter wonderland engagement session for the happy couple.
Jay Farrell and the Taylors had a wonderful time during the snowy, romantic engagement session in downtown Dickson. The beautiful images capture the natural happiness and love shared between the two lovely ladies! We are so excited for them as they enjoy their journey towards marriage!
“I capture everything like a fly on the wall during my engagement photo sessions and want the photos to have a natural feel as if I weren’t there, and not directing them. I do provide some direction but keep it to a minimum and non intrusive to the quality time we have.”