The Perfect Spots For Your Engagement Photo Shoot

So you’re engaged… now what?

Besides starting to plan your wedding you’ll need an engagement photo shoot to announce to the world you are not his girlfriend any longer. You are now his FIANCE!

Why is an engagement shoot a good idea? Well, who doesn’t like getting dolled up and snuggling with their other half? Your fiancé might not think this is the most fun way to spend Sunday afternoon when the big game is on, but don’t worry, together we can pick the perfect time.

If you would like to shoot your engagement photos with us, contact us here or call us at (561)-247-4439.

Want some inspiration for your engagement shoot? Check out the gallery on our engagements page!

One of the most important parts of your engagement shoot is finding the perfect location.  

Some of these locations are even great for weddings! If you’re interested in seeing our wedding gallery, check out our weddings page.

Here are some of our favorite engagement session locations:

The Palm Beach Zoo

The Palm Beach Zoo West Palm Beach Engagement Session Organic Moments Photography

Don’t laugh! The Palm Beach Zoo has so many different areas to get amazing pictures to go along with the animals. We have done a few here and really enjoy the sights, sounds, and scenes of the zoo.  

Jupiter Lighthouse

Image via Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum

A 108 feet lighthouse built in 1860 that is now painted red, makes a beautiful backdrop for your photos. You can also go inside the lighthouse for an array of images for your engagement.

Parks 

Park Engagement Session Organic Moments Photography

There are so many parks in South Florida, it is hard to keep track. From the Everglades to the beach parks to any of the hundreds of local parks. South Florida has lots of scenery to choose from.  

The Boca Raton Resort

The Boca Raton Resort Boca Raton Engagement Session Organic Moments Photography

This resort, built by famous architect Addison Mizner in the 1920’s, is a true Florida landmark.  From the golf course to the old Florida trees and plush landscapes on the grounds, The Boca Raton Resort has it all.

The Beach

Beach Engagement Session Organic Moments Photography

Everyone comes to vacation in sunny Florida, why would you not take advantage of the beautiful ocean? There are ample beaches to choose from in South Florida. We have our favorites like Blowing Rocks, Dania Beach, and Boynton Beach. There are lighthouses, inlets, rock formations, and palm trees lining most of the beaches in South Florida. We particularly like the southwest coast for sunsets. There are not many places that compare to the west coast of Florida when it comes to otherworldly sunsets.  If you are willing to drive a little bit, we are glad to come along and do your engagement photos in a place like Naples or Marco Island. Contact us here or give us a call at (561)-247-4439.

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens Miami Engagement Session Organic Moments Photography

Have you been? If so, you understand why we love it and we really don’t need to explain why. If not, you need to go. An Italian estate designed on 50 acres of gorgeous gardens with fountains and steps that lead to beautiful buildings and views of Biscayne Bay, Vizcaya is at the top of many peoples list when it comes to photographs. We could spend all day there and never get tired of this luxurious site.

Your home

At-Home Engagement Session Organic Moments Photography

Why not show off that home you have been decorating and cook some pancakes while we document it? This is also a great opportunity to have your kids get involved (human or four-legged) in your engagement photos. Many people feel most comfortable at home, which allows for the most comfortable picture taking possibilities. Sure, taking pictures in your home is a little less formal, but we like that and we think you will too.  

 

If you’re interested in booking an engagement photoshoot contact us here or give us a call at (561)-247-4439.

  1. Rosina Eastland

    June 5th, 2018 at 10:09 pm

    Thanks for this wonderful article. Yet another thing to mention is that the majority of digital cameras are available equipped with any zoom lens that permits more or less of your scene to get included by means of ‘zooming’ in and out. These changes in the aim length are reflected within the viewfinder and on large display screen right at the back of any camera.

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