The best fishing spots are usually kept close secrets to most people who fish. Not only do you usually love the location because of the loads of fish you can catch, but usually, there are a lot of great memories associated with that place from past experiences fishing with those that you care about. For their Trapper’s Loop winter engagement session, Susie and Tyson suggested going to a place that Susie went as a kid with her grandpa to learn to fish. This spot wasn’t just a perfect place for fishing, but also had jaw dropping mountain views that rested above the calm fishing pond. We could only imagine the memories that Susie has from her childhood spending time here with her grandpa. We can’t think of a more perfect setting for an engagement session than one that already is sentimental and has meaning in a similar way that this one did for Susie.
Tyson is not a stranger to reminiscing memories either. When he proposed, he recreated his first date with Susie by going bowling. Afterwards, they went to a nearby church building where a volleyball net was set up filled with photos of the two of them with a rose and ring on a table, further bringing back to remembrance the fun and love that these two have shared together. No doubt, Susie and Tyson will continue to have more experiences that will bring them even more memories to think about in the future.
Susie and Tyson, we are so excited for you! One thing that stood out to us was how how connected the two of you already are! There’s no doubt that you have a bright future ahead of you! We hope that you love your photos from your Trapper’s Loop winter engagement session as much as we do! We can’t wait for your formal session and wedding coming up in a few short months!
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