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Fun, Quirky Engagement Session with Cutouts

This engagement session is filled with quirky humor! Both being extremely fun, creative individuals, Alexa and Matt knew they didn’t want a run of the mill engagement shoot. Captured by Carly Loves Amos, the couple spent a gorgeous June day interacting with their own life-size cutouts. It is such a crazy, strange concept that resulted in wonderfully whimsical images. I love how Alexa and Matt showcase their goofy personalities!

All images by Carly Loves Amos // Submitted via Two Bright Lights

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Quirky + Fun Post Wedding Session in Pittsburgh

I love the fun, quirky nature of this session! Captured by Carolyn Scott Photography, Laurie and Neil wandered Mellon Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on a warm summer day for a lovely “month after” shoot.  The photographers, good friends of the couple, were unable to attend Laurie and Neil’s wedding, so they arranged this gorgeous session for the next time they were in Pittsburgh to celebrate. Laurie is from Pittsburgh and Neil is from New Zealand, but the couple met in England and then lived in Scotland for a while before settling back in Pittsburgh.

All images by Carolyn Scott Photography

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Sweet + Quirky Engagement Session in California

I adore the playfulness of this modern engagement session! Captured by Viera Photographics, Sandra and Brian spent a day enjoying a glass of wine on a gorgeous rooftop terrace and wandering city streets for their fun engagement shoot. You may recognize Sandra and Brian from their fabulous, modern wine country wedding featured last week! The couple connected on Match.com, but discovered that they had actually met in the past. They had to wait to meet in person, as Sandra was completing graduate school and embarking on a two month road trip across the country. During this time, the couple exchanged many emails and phone calls, finally deciding to “meet in the middle” in Las Vegas for their first date.

All images by Viera Photographics // Submitted via Two Bright Lights

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