Heather told me a story while we were shooting her engagement photos that I just have to mention. She told me about Caden, Clint’s six year old son, who knew before Heather and Clint that she would be a part of their lives. I couldn’t begin to share her story in a light that would even touch the sheer love that this family has grown from.
Our original plan for this shoot was to shoot a sunset session at Liberty Park in Lake Mary. This is a special location for Clint and Heather. They spent many dates walking the park getting to know each other. Clint and Heather wanted to include Caden in their engagement session, I thought this was a wonderful idea. Unfortunately the day of the session Caden came down with a fever.
You couldn’t tell here that this little man wasn’t feeling good. He was such a great trooper and insisted in sharing this time with his two favorite people.
We only had about fifteen minutes of shooting before the weather turned and we were forced to call it quits. Even so, I think this family did a wonderful job showing off their love for one another.
We decided to reschedule for a time with just Heather and Clint to allow for some more romantic options. They decided to finish their engagement session at their home where Clint proposed to Heather.
Clint built this pergola by hand to propose to Heather under. He is quite the craftsman. We couldn’t have had a more perfect setting for another round of photos in a beautiful and deeply sentimental location.
Clint and Heather share a cute quirk. They both sit on the opposite ends of the height scale. Heather came up with a cute idea to embrace their differences.
This sweet family will be sharing their vows under the twinkling holiday lights at the Donnelley Building Pad & Deck in Mt Dora in the first week of 2018.