Hannah and Trent’s mountain engagement photos are full of natural, outdoor beauty. The colors in the greenery, grasses, and sky are that perfect combination of warm and cool tones. Plus, there’s no better place to get photographs than on the overlook of Morrow Mountain State Park!
It can be hard to find a good spot for mountain engagement photos near Charlotte, North Carolina. Most of the mountain views can be found towards the west, but Morrow Mountain has some gorgeous, serene scenery just a short drive away. There is a lot of open space for pictures, (and we didn’t even have to hike!) but honestly, Hannah and Trent’s snuggly smiles would have looked stunning anywhere!
Trent and Hannah are college sweethearts who are madly in love. As we watched the sun set behind the mountains during their engagement photos, I got to hear a bit about how they got together in the first place. I couldn’t help but start to get so excited for them! Hannah felt like they had an instant connection when they met. She says she “instantly knew we’d be inseparable. Trent came over to my apartment one night for a movie and practically never left after that!”
Hannah and Trent were so easy going, and every move looked natural to them! Whether they were wrapped in each other’s arms, or walking along the stone overlook, you could feel their connection in the way they looked at each other. I love when couples have fun during their photos — it makes my job easy and allows me to capture their love in the most genuine way! Their engagement photos here in the mountains are some of my favorites.
Surrounded by a thick forest, these mountain engagement photos were a wonderful escape. With beautiful hiking trails, pleasant weather and a breathtaking views, it was the perfect afternoon. Hannah and Trent, you were so much fun to shoot with. You both kept me laughing and had the best attitude through your engagement session. You guys are going to make a lovely bride and groom at your upcoming wedding!
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