One of the great things about having Trinity Pines as your wedding venue is that you can also use it for your engagement session. That is exactly and Emily and Josh decided to do.
The venue itself is pretty large and offers quite a variety of backdrops, so this is the perfect way to find your favorite spots before your wedding day. I highly recommend finding a sweet little hiding spot to escape all the craziness.
The sun was in the perfect spot to start along the tree line. Emily and Josh are outdoor lovers like me, and this backdrop totally represents a majority of our scenery here in the pacific northwest.
Walking down to the ceremony location, you arrive at the paved walkway and the arbor. So some practice dipping here is always encouraged.
We again went into the trees to play along the pond and the forest.
Walking up to the house, there is a little dip in the road. This is where the creek runs along with the property. If you couldn’t tell, it’s one of my favorite spots.
The area along with the main house and getting ready suites is gorgeously landscaped. So you have a nice contrast of the wild northwest to the manicured gardens. Make sure to peek into the ponds to see the giant koi! I have no idea how they’ve been able to keep the wildlife around here away from them.
I think this was one of Emily’s favorite spots and is a little out of the way from the main venue. But just past the house is the barn…and the cows.
Winding back down to the parking area is the hill. It gives a perfect boost for silhouettes and skyline images.
Congrats to Emily and Josh and I can’t wait to hang out with you again next year!