Excited to share our first engagement session of Quarantine 2020!
Back in March, we wrapped up a Fells Point Engagement session for one of our couples days before heading out on a week long cruise. We needed a break, we needed time off before a crazy wedding season would be upon us. Little did we know it would be our last one in Baltimore for 2 months. Within hours of getting back into the nation, we would be one of the last boats to go to sea. We also didn’t know that 60 some days would pass between that Fells Point session, and this session. Say hello to engagement sessions during Quarantine.
To give you background, Kayleigh and Clark booked us at the very beginning the pandemic in Maryland for their 2021 wedding and they are amazing. They are also historic for us. They are the first engagement session we’ve had in the middle of a pandemic. They had to wait until we got approval from the city, and then they saw us in a very “nervous” state, something that most our couples don’t see. We love the chaos of wedding days, the uncertainty of wedding logistics even the planned ones, but throw government regulations into the mix, yikes. We wanted to law abide but we knew we were allowed to work too… ghost streets, and little traffic was just not normal so we felt free too to be creative and give these guys some shots we normally would not have gotten.
Our session with these two were amazing. They allowed us to be ourselves, even with masks on 6+ feel away. We shared with them our life, what to expect on wedding day. We had to verbally direct more than normal, since we can’t do our “Normal” experiences, like seeing our smile, seeing our laugh, or giving direction physically and adjusting shirts, hair, etc. t was hard for us but these guys trusted us and we had a blast.
Kayleigh and Clark, thanks for trusting us. We can’t wait for our double date with you guys… what a bummer, I was so hoping to eat curbside somewhere but wasn’t not an option (plus it was chilly).
We can’t wait to see you guys in the near future!
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