February is here and it’s the lover’s month isn’t it? Or is it?
Valentine’s is around the corner and while many of us are going to do “something special” Kevin and I will actually be spending Valentine’s Day apart. Don’t worry is no big. When you shoot weddings for a living, birthday’s, holidays and other day-dictated celebrations don’t really hold any standing anymore.
Well, the day anyway. It’s just a date, the moments or feels that you both want should be generated every day. Just right now, Kevin came in and smothered me with kisses.
And I do mean smothered! I was annoyed at first. (I know, “oh boo hoo, someone loves me”)
I too get caught up in work and can be in too deep to care for anything else.
But I’m happy to report I wised up and returned those prickly-pear sweet nothings. And it feels like Valentine’s Day all over again.
Anyway, let’s get into today’s post:
Locations: We’re at Irvine Oak Regional Park for a extremely green walk in the park with their beautiful Jindo. We’re getting extremely pet-friendly on the blog lately and it’s so great that couples are involving their little (or big) babies.
These image are a great mix of high glamour poses and candid laughs. Coming back up the orange crush, we’re back at Old Town Orange Circle for some great shots inside this rustic antique shop.
You should definitely take a stroll through here sometime, where you’ll find yourself happily lost in the maze of old stuff that you wish never went off the shelves.
Dress: The Couple keeps it classy with a cool palette of navy and white to compliment the green, green, green everywhere in the park. Funnily enough, their dog is a classic with white fur for just the right pop. Later on, you’ll see Tiffany in a great floral which goes really well with all the tiny details of the antique shop. As you can see, the style of couple does well to reflect or compliment their environment.
That’s all for now, we’ll see you in the next one.