The Huntington Library in San Marino (near Pasadena) is already a beautiful location for an engagement photography session, but there is a certain time of year that makes it even more special. CHERRY BLOSSOMS!!!
Around March the cherry blossoms start to bloom, creating a pink accent to the stunning greenery. And what better of a couple to shoot at a beautiful spot during the best time of year than Nicole and Phillip. During the engagement session is when we usually get to truly see the unique relationship each one of our couple’s has. When looking through the photos below, you can see that these two really love each other and are made for each other. We are shooting their wedding later this year in October.
The Huntington Library features many photographic opportunities. The Chinese gardens at the Huntington Library is one of the largest Chinese gardens outside of China. It is also a rare one where it was custom designed for the layout of the hills, versus one that is designed in China and transplanted (like in a typical city block). It also features a Japanese garden with bridges and koi ponds (and an amazing bonsai tree collection).
For more examples of Huntington Library engagement photography (San Marino and Pasadena), make sure to see the many other examples on our blog. Here is the category for engagement photography at the Huntington Library. We also have more recent work online on our Instagram account. We tend to be on the more experimental and edgier side, often aiming for more unique and original images. Our engagement photo sessions are a chance to get to know our couples and capture them as they are, as their friends and family see them. Then on the wedding day our couples are comfortable with our presence, making the photos more candid and photojournalistic.