Bowling Engagement Session in Denver, Colorado
Holy Hotness this session was FIRE! Literally though how cute are Kendall and Tyler?! I really adore these two humans. I have known Tyler for over a decade and consider him kind of like a brother to me. We go wayyyy back. I remember the day he introduced me to Kendall and I was so excited to meet this amazing woman that he was raving about forever! I just knew the second I met her that she was the perfect person for Tyler. You know when two people are together and they literally just vibe off each other in a way that feels like its almost magnetic? Thats kind how they are. Just absolutely perfect for each other. When they mentioned they absolutely wanted me to capture their wedding I was so stoked. *STAY TUNED, PHOTOS FROM THEIR DAY ARE COMING SOON*. And as one of Ty’s good friends I had to do something for the two of them. So I met up with them to help them plan a super fun engagement session. Kendall wanted to do something kind of retro, and we thought having a Bowling Engagement Session would be so fun!
Choosing a Unique Engagement Session Location
Whenever you are thinking about where you have your engagement session some of the best things you can do is think about what you love to do in your spare time. Do you like to go to breweries? Hike? Go explore downtown? Travel? Ask yourselves what things you love doing together and turn that into your engagement session. Do something that you know you are going to have fun with and full on enjoy. We chose to do the session at Bowlero because well, they’re probably the coolest bowling spot in the city and their decor totally fit the kinda fun retro unique theme we were going for. And remember, wherever you are thinking of doing your session, always make sure to reach out to the company or owners of the property to get permission first!
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