These Pueblo courthouse engagement pictures weren’t part of the original plan for Michael and Breanna’s pictures, but with some last minute audibles we made it happen! The weather in springtime in Colorado is always unpredictable, so I’m so thankful for their flexibility to make their portraits a success!
Michael and Breanna’s session is extra special to me because Michael is my youngest brother. I’ve had the privilege to capture each of my brother’s engagements as they have happened over the years. And each of their stories holds a special place in my heart. I grew up with four brothers and always dreamed of one day gaining sisters when my brothers got married. And I love that over the years that has slowly taken place and it makes my heart so, so glad to watch each of their love stories unfold in God’s perfect timing.
Their engagement session was a little tricky because being early March meant that the world outside still looked dead and color-less. It also meant the weather was quite unpredictable! I knew of Pueblo’s courthouse but had never actually shot there. I knew the simple, clean backdrop of the stone walls and pillars would make a beautiful spot for portraits not matter the season. And the architecture of the buildings downtown made it all the more interesting for a winter session.
We also ventured over to a beautiful outlook overlooking Pueblo’s reservoir. Though I knew it would be windy, I also knew it would provide beautiful views of the sunset that evening. So keeping close (which was much needed in the cold, cold wind up high there) helped to keep them warm and block the wind just a little bit. Despite the cold, I loved every minute of capturing these two! I can’t wait for their wedding this August and all the joyful celebrations ahead!
Enjoy some of my favorites from their session!
Did you enjoy this courthouse engagement pictures session? Be sure to check out another similar session here!