Bryant Lake Regional Park Engagement Photography
I can honestly say I’d never done an outdoor early spring engagement photography session before working with Lauren + Wes. Either the land was too brown and muddy, or they chose a different time of year. So when Lauren + Wes decided on Bryant Lake Regional Park prewedding photography in early April, I had no idea what to expect. Bryant Lake Park is one of the Three Rivers Parks District parks. I live very close to another Three Rivers Park, Silverwood. I have photographed there numerous times and I love it soooooo much. So it was awesome to find that Bryant Lake Park felt pretty similar. I was not disappointed!
Three Rivers Parks District Engagement Photography
From the beautiful sunset, to the loons calling on the lake, we had such an amazing time! The light snow over the winter meant the grasses were still rich, gold, and abundant. Even the lack of leaves on the trees did not disappoint. They made for amazing structure and texture in many of our images. And the sky cooperated as well. A misty sun and touches of blue peeked through textured clouds. Very moody and dramatic light! The park had a very renowned disc golf course, and since Lauren + Wes were avid disc golfers, we even spent some time taking photos of them with one of their favorite pastimes, too.
Thank you so much for choosing to work with me as your engagement photographer, Lauren + Wes! I had so much fun with your Bryant Lake Regional Park engagement photography. I am so happy for you both, and so excited for your big day!
If you are thinking about a Bryant Lake Regional Park engagement photography, contact me to discuss how we could work together!
ETA: Take a look at Lauren + Wes’ beautiful Rum River Barn & Vineyard wedding photos too!
BONUS: Take a look at some other Three Rivers Park District venue events I’ve photographed too, including Katharine + Zach’s Silverwood Park wedding and Nazanin + Jack’s Hyland Hills Chalet reception too!
Check out the highlight video showing more images from their Bryant Lake Regional Park engagement session: