I get to hear a lot of love stories. And while I’m down with fast and furious (like what Nelson and I did)…I really love when the stories start waaaaaay back in the olden days and everything unfolds softly. Idk if “softly” is the right word but my son is about to wake up crying and hungry. And I’ve had nothing to eat today but the pinion chocolate that I was SUPPOSE to send in client welcome packets…so we are gonna roll with it.
Anyway. Softly. Kole and Elizabeth. They first became cowboy church Sunday school buddies at the whopping age of four after Elizabeth’s dad bought a ranch and moved his family from the city to the middle-of-nowhere. A few years down the road, Kole’s dad took over running the ranch for them and the two grew up working the ranch together with their families.
I love how easy going these two are…the way they chose to keep it rustic and simple could not have been more perfect for telling the story of who they are and the life they lead. Aaaaand I think my favorite spot was where we went and shot in the little clearing where they are about to break ground and start building their home together.
As if the location, Jase (the Catahoula/Jack Russel cowdog) and these two were not awesome enough, Arizona decided to show off with an UNREAL sunset. The colors were just mind-blowing. I may have had to rein in my photog-excitement about it a little.
Arizona Ranch Engagement | Kole & Elizabeth | Copyright Lyndsey Garber Photography