Insert “Walking in a winter wonderland” here 🎵 Kelsey and Chase’s Boom Island Park Winter Engagement Session was nothing short of breathtaking. Despite the blizzard conditions, these two were seriously such troopers on this cold winter day. There’s just something so romantic about a fresh blanket of snow and exploring with the love of your life. Prepare to witness some magic ✨

This sweet couple and I had so much fun venturing around Boom Island Park together. In between romantic shots, we took many breaks to use hand warmers (and to hop in the car to blast the heat). As frigid as a Minnesota winter is, the snow is always such a welcomed gift for a couples looking for that “winter engagement session” vibe. Even though we had hoped to have a view of the cityscape, we were happy with the little peaks we got. We wrapped up their winter session with Kelsey in a stunning emerald green lace dress. My fingers were literally NUMB so I have no idea how she looked so effortlessly beautiful (and not cold!?). Kelsey and Chase were full of so much grace and love for one another… Have I mentioned that I have the best job ever?!

Now that I have finally thawed out from this Boom Island Park Winter Engagement Session and the Rice Creek Winter Engagement Session, bring on SPRING! 😉 Speaking of Spring, be sure to follow me over on Instagram (@morganelizabethphotos) to keep up with me as I begin “busy season”. In the mean time, catch up on my latest blogs HERE. Until next time…

Xx,

Morgan

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Boom Island Park Winter Engagement Session

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Erin and Nick were troopers during their Rice Creek Winter Engagement Session. Let me tell ya, it was windy and so dang cold – but they absolutely rocked it. Leading up to their shoot, I was watching the radar like a hawk. Despite a blizzard in the forecast, they were still down to adventure together and capture some snowy photos. SPOILER ALERT – turned out soooo good.

After a snowy drive to Minneapolis, MN, Erin and Nick arrived with their sweet pup, Kaiya (the absolute sweetest dog ever). With the wind whipping and frigid temperatures, we wasted no time getting started. Their engagement session was seriously such a memorable one! In between the giggles and warming up in our vehicles, we had almost as much fun as Kaiya playing in the snow.

But if that wasn’t enough to make the day, Erin shared a story that had me shedding tears of joy.

The day before their session, Erin went shopping for a tan jacket (pictured below). While out, she found what looked like the perfect jacket, so of course she bought it! Well, when Erin got home, she tried it on only to discover that it fit kind of box and oversized – not exactly what she had envisioned. It wasn’t until she looked at the tag that she realized it was a men’s jacket 😂 Let’s just say that Nick SCORED on a new jacket! Erin and Nick’s outfits were perfect – and at least someone got to wear the tan jacket 😉 

This sweet couple warmed my heart. I can’t wait to photograph their wedding in just a few short months!

I am truly so grateful for all of the incredible couples I have the opportunity to spend time with this year. Be sure to stay tuned for more sweet couples coming your way over on the blog. If you can’t wait until then, I’d love to be friends on Instagram @morganelizabethphotos

Until next time!

Xx,

Morgan

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Rice Creek Winter Engagement Session

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