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Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Heidi & Pavel: Redlands Engagement

It's in the way she knew he would wear plad. It's in the way he let her pick the color of plad to match with her dress. It's in the way he held her and lightly nudged her nose with his that had me smitten with these two from the first eskimo kiss!

Last Sunday Mario and I had the privelidge to spend the afternoon with Heidi & Pavel strolling through the walkways of The University of Redlands where they both attended but hung out as " just friends". Friends who briefly dated eachother's friends only for the real sparks to fly between THEM years later. And it's those same sparks that later turned into love that later turned into a ring and in June will turn into marriage. And lucky me will get to capture it all!

Heidi & Pavel, thank you for a lovely Sunday afternoon and for making us fall in love a little more with Redlands! Mario and I are so honored that you would have us be a part of this incredible time in your lives and pray that the Lord continues to bless you as you plan for the big day and most importantly in the years that will follow.


The light bouncing off of the cream buildings of the UofR was Ahh-mazing!!

Check out the bling! GOOD job Pavel!
Mario and I scouted the location the day before and he was so anxious to get some cool shots with the clock. I LOVE the results! Both clock shots below are his.

Seriously?!?! I predict ya'll are gonna have some of the cutest babies! Like ever!
Heidi you are gor-to-the-geous! I can't wait to see those pretty curls inside a veil and take their picture!
We headed to Prospect Park for the second part of the shoot and I was in photo heaven!

This next shot is Mario's. And yes, I was was a little jealous of his mad skills.

Really you two?!? I can't even handle how cute you are!
For more of Heidi & Pavel's engagement session, CLICK HERE for slideshow!

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