When I met Casey and Kelli months ago at their consultation, I couldn’t wait to work with them. Casey spoke with excitement and enthusiasm when talking about his bride. Kelli would always look over at Casey when she explained of a moment that meant a lot in their time spent together. Their engagement session was almost identical except for the fact that something was different about them. I sincerely believe that since the last time I seen them, they are even more in love than before.
On our journey of OSU’s campus, Casey & Kelli told me about their time spent by Mirror Lake and the hours they spent together. Talking at bus stops and on sidewalks, they grew to love one another over the time they spent in college. I’ve spent little time actually exploring the campus at OSU, but the tour I got from these two was special. I’ll always remember the number garden and think of stolen bricks and I’ll remember the main library where I made Casey and Kelli kiss (a lot) to incorporate Kelli’s love of books.
I can not wait until April when I get to see them again and capture them as husband and wife.
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8 thoughts on “Romantic Winter Ohio State University Engagement Session || Mount Vernon, Ohio / Columbus, Ohio Wedding Photographer”
Very interesting engagement session! Love the library shots!
What a gorgeous engagement session! I love the library/bookstore shots!
Great engagement photography in Ohio. I also love the library shots! So cool.
I love how you have chosen this beautiful location in Mount vernon, Ohio for the engagement session 🙂 last picture of the couple is the cutest
Love the engagement ring shot! And beautiful winter scenes. 🙂
What a fun shoot this must have been! Best of luck to the couple, they have invested in a very talented wedding photographer!
What wonderful images captured of this lovely couple!
beautiful engagement photos, you can really feel the love between them. What a great idea using the OSU campus as a backdrop