It was a cold, rainy day but that didn’t stop this amazing couple from having a romantic Colonial Williamsburg engagement session! These two traveled back home to walk around Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia and celebrate their love for each other. Sarah and Ben knew of each other during their high school years, but it wasn’t until a mutual friend’s high school graduation party that they started to talk and their relationship started. Over the years their relationship blossomed, they graduated college (Longwood University), and before they knew it, they were madly in love with each other. Ben asked Sarah to spend the rest of her life with him at Pippin Hill Farms and Winery and now they are planning their Fall wedding!
Ben and Sarah traveled to Colonial Williamsburg for their engagement session, but unfortunately the weather wasn’t what every bride dreams about for their engagement session. It was cold and rainy, but the weather can never stop you from having fun with the one you love! And Ben and Sarah were able to enjoy each other’s company and have fun walking around Colonial Williamsburg. Colonial Williamsburg has so much to offer for an engagement session from brick walls and wooden fences to historic houses and private gardens. It was the perfect location for their romantic winter engagement session. It started to rain during the middle of their engagement session, but Ben and Sarah were able to cuddle up on the porches of a few different historic houses! And some of these portraits are my favorites! Who says rain can’t be romantic?!I love the fact these two are able to have fun together even during a cold winter engagement session! Aren’t they just adorable?!Only in the winter time will you find the Governor’s Place at Colonial Williamsburg completely empty! It was perfect for Ben and Sarah’s engagement session!Towards the end of the evening the sun FINALLY came out from behind the clouds and we were able to walk around a private little garden for some sunset portraits! And of course like any good alumni, they had to represent their college – Longwood University! I love the fact that they were creative with their outfit choices, from wearing their wedding colors to their college sweatshirts!