Holter Lake was such a beautiful setting for Cassy and Taylor’s engagement photos in central Montana. The light was golden and warm and all things that you want from a summer evening! Their love seemed so effortless and natural and it was such a pleasure to work with the two of them during this exciting time!
If you missed part one of Andrew and Victoria’s adventure session in Glacier National park beginning at Avalanche Lake, check it out here!
After we hiked to and from Avalanche Lake in the beginning of their adventurous Glacier National Park engagement session – Andrew, Victoria, and I then headed down the road to continue their session along the shore of Lake McDonald.
It was so much fun to capture their love and connection on the shore of such an iconic lake in the park. We began at one of the pull offs along Going to the Sun Road headed back towards the west entrance of Glacier National Park. I absolutely loved the fun vibes of her outfit and the beautiful tones created by the soft evening sunlight!
Our next and final stop during their Lake McDonald engagement session was at a beautiful dock in Apgar Village. It was a miracle that we had the entire dock to ourselves on a Saturday evening – it’s usually full of people soaking in the views and enjoying the sunset!
Andrew, Victoria, and I had such a great time during their engagement photos in Glacier National Park. I was overjoyed when Victoria said that they wanted to have a more adventurous engagement session and hike to Avalanche Lake.
When I first visited Glacier National Park a little over three years ago, my husband and I stumbled upon this trailhead while walking along the Trail of the Cedars and decided to go for it without knowing what the end would hold for us.
I felt the same magical pull in my heart visiting this spot years later with these two that I did the first time. Avalanche Lake is beyond magical and breathtaking and it was beautiful to have the mountains and crystal clear water as a backdrop for their engagement photos.
I caught myself uncontrollably smiling while editing their session because I could feel their undeniable connection all over again looking through the photos. This was location one of three for their engagement photos, so be on the lookout for the blog posts of the next two parts!
Molly and Trenton’s love story is one for the books. They leaned into on their faith and love for each-other and it led them to moving to the beautiful state of Montana together. One winter day, Molly and Trenton were hiking to Two Medicine Lake in Glacier National Park. Once they arrived to the shore of the lake, Trenton proposed to Molly and, as you guessed, she said yes!
Molly and I agreed that their engagement session here in Central Montana should be adventure-filled, just like the day Trenton proposed.
We began the session with a hike to Memorial Falls in Neihart, Montana. This is one of my favorite places to visit in Central Montana in the winter and the waterfall is simply stunning when it’s frozen over.
We definitely slipped our way up to this beautiful location but it was beyond worth it to get some adventurous Montana engagement photos!
After we wrapped up our adventure at Memorial Falls, we headed back towards town to another one of my favorite spots – Sluice Boxes State Park. We had so much fun running around and laughing in such a beautiful location and the weather was simply beautiful!
Molly mentioned that Trenton would love to incorporate his truck into some pictures so we finished off the session with them snuggled up in the bed of his pick-up. I loved getting to know the two of them so that we could incorporate meaningful elements into their photos and it really allowed me to capture photos that showcased their personalities and relationship!
I loved capturing Molly & Trenton’s engagement photos at Memorial Falls and Sluice Boxes State Park – it was the perfect winter adventure and was such a fun way to capture their love for one another.
Caitlin and Robert were troopers for their early morning engagement session in Central Montana. We began the session by embracing the chilly winds in a fielded area on the outskirts of Great Falls. Both of them completely embraced the wind and cold and I’m loving how their first outfit photos turned out.
For the second outfit for their engagement session, we went to Giant Springs State Park. This location is always so magical on crisp winter mornings and the trees coated in snow are just so magical looking.