He was a groomsmen, and so was her brother. She was a guest in attendance.
Growing up in smaller Oklahoma towns, the two knew of each other. But it wasn’t until that wedding that their paths would merge.
When I first met Whitney, she told me her and Dillon were classic opposites. She being the “social butterfly”, and him being the quieter introvert. And she’s right. But their “opposites” fit so perfectly together. I love engagement sessions because they allow me to witness a couple during vulnerable moments. It’s not every day they have someone guiding them into poses, or asking them to carry out affectionate tasks with each other, all the while a camera firing. Dillon had a soft, gentle demeanor with Whitney that was absolutely heart warming. He carried himself with a quiet strength, and the look of love in his eyes.
And Whitney — she had the radiant, glow of a woman in love.
To date, their engagement session is possibly the most “location diverse” session I have done. In the two hour session we managed four different locations within their hometowns of Chandler and Davenport. Each location lent it’s own feel and style. The best part about the locations, was they were all “home”, and I had the honor to experience them.
Whitney & Dillon — we (Josh and I!) are so excited for your June wedding and can’t wait to celebrate you two!