Have you ever had those moments in life where you can’t help but to think “you’ve got to be joking”? Ally and Peter’s urban Nashville, Tennessee engagement session had all the makings of becoming one of those moments. But thanks to their flexibility and faith, we were able to make the most of the situation and make their engagement session memorable.
If you tuned in for the last blog, you’re probably thinking that this sounds somewhat familiar. And you’d be right! This is Part TWO of Ally and Peter’s Nashville, Tennessee engagement session. And believe it or not, this time was also met with a shift in plans.
On the second morning of trying to catch a sunrise, our original plan of photos on top of a parking garage in downtown Nashville were spoiled. Once we arrived to the 4th floor of the parking garage, we discovered that the rest was blocked off for construction. Feeling allllll too familiar, the three of us scrambled from the elevators to the stairwell. After our failed attempts, we turned to good ole Google to try to find an alternative location before the sun rose over the horizon. Just 10 minutes away, we discovered Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park.
When we arrived to the park, we spent some time exploring and were pleasantly surprised by what we found. Full of lush greenery, incredible architecture, and a view that blew us a way, we hit the jackpot. The park gave us the best of both worlds. I can’t express my gratitude enough to Ally and Peter for the grace and patience they showed for both of their Nashville, Tennessee engagement session.
Traveling to Nashville was truly a dream – and capturing this sweet love story made it even better. This trip really gave me confidence in my skills as a photographer; and having trusting clients is a bonus! No matter where my photography journey takes me next, I know that my heart will continue to overflow with gratefulness. If you are preparing to have your own photos taken, I want to encourage you to trust your photographer. Even if things aren’t going as planned, your photographer is the professional (and you hired them for a reason).