We are so excited to get to introduce you to Amanda and Scott. And can I just tell you, how much our faces hurt after their summer engagement session at The Nelson? I don’t think we’d laughed that much in a LONG time! These two lovebirds are getting married this Saturday, and we cannot wait for their big day! While our excitement is growing and we’re counting down the days, we thought we would share a look back at some of our favorite images from their engagement session last summer. Amanda (a fabulous hair-stylist) and Scott (a system engineer), may be two of the most compatible people we’ve ever met. They finish each other’s sentences, have inside jokes, and their love for each other is so visible when they’re together. We knew when we were shooting that they also planned to use some of their images for their Save the Dates, which we were very excited about! We love designing Save the Dates for our clients! Knowing this, we made sure to make a few images that left space for Save the Date wording to make it easier to design after their session. When we started designing their engagement session Amanda knew that she wanted something classy that she could dress up a little bit for. She loves sequins and sparkly things, and knew that she wanted to incorporate that into this location. We started at The Nelson, and made our way around the front lawn to some of our favorite spots. Before we headed to their second location, Amanda and Scott both changed into their Sporting Kansas City jerseys (they’re huge fans and attend every home game!), so we could do a few fun images of them in their favorite gear. After we finished up at The Nelson we headed to Kansas City’s Crossroads District to finish up their session. Amanda loves unique and interesting doorways, as well as twinkly lights, and we knew there were a few spots in the Crossroads that she would absolutely love. Here’s just a look at our time with the two of them last summer, as well as a sneak peek at some of their custom Save-the-Date designs. They ended up choosing the design with the three stacked images – and they turned out fabulous!