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Engagement Session Tips

Congratulations on your upcoming engagement session! Here are some tips to help you prepare and make the most out of your photoshoot:

  1. Choose the right location: The location for your engagement session can set the tone for your photoshoot. Choose a place that is meaningful to you and your partner or pick a location that matches your personality and style. Some popular options include parks, beaches, urban areas, or even your home. Let me know what you are visioning, I am here to help create the magic!

  2. Coordinate your outfits: Consider coordinating your outfits with your partner, so you both look great together in your photos. Choose complementary colours or styles that flatter your body type. Avoid wearing clothing with logos or patterns that may detract from the overall look of your photos.

  3. Bring props: Props can add a fun and unique element to your engagement session. Consider bringing things like a picnic blanket, balloons, or your furry friend to make your photos more personalized. Don't forget your engagement ring and if you are unsure, let's chat about it!

  4. Be on time: Being punctual is important, especially if you're shooting during golden hour when the lighting is just right. Arrive early to your shoot to give yourself enough time to get ready and set up.

  5. Weather: Weather can be such a predicament - and rain doesn't have to dampen your day! Look below - These two embraced a very windy and rainy session in Kelowna and they rocked it!! Embrace what life throws you!

  6. Relax and have fun: Finally, remember that the goal of your engagement session is to have fun and capture your love for each other. Try to relax and enjoy the experience, and trust that your photographer will guide you through the process. I am mix of random silliness and sarcasm, you'll sure to laugh! <3 Rest assured, you are in good hands.

If you book a wedding package with Alisha Khan Photography, you will receive a free engagement session as a complimentary bonus.


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