SF Botanical Garden Engagement


When you think of a late Fall engagement, gorgeous glowing sun in a lush garden isn’t typically the first thing that comes to mind. Luckily, Lisa & Terrence picked the a great spot for their SF Botanical Garden engagement session. The couple looked absolutely magical during their session- scroll to see more!

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About The Couple

Lisa and Terrence met through greek life at their colleges. She went to UC Davis while he went to SJ state, yet their sororities and fraternities intermingled quite often. They were friends during this time, but nothing more serious.

Post-college, they remained friends and really connected at a vegas music festival in 2013. Lisa friend-zoned him at first and brought friends along to their dates (or atleast that is what Terrence was hoping for when asking her out to dinner!).

Stay tuned for their 2021 wedding post where I’ll share more about how Terrence asked Lisa to be his wife!

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Lisa & Terrence

Lisa and Terrence, I had such a blast with you guys at your SF Botanical Garden engagement! Ya’ll are such a sweet and beautiful couple. Chatting with you two while we explored the gorgeous gardens was like spending the afternoon with old friends- I loved it!

Lisa- your twirl was absolutely perfect! You looked like a beautiful dancer, spinning under Terrence. And Terrence let’s talk again about that lift + kiss shot- wow! I pray we can recreate that on your wedding day- talk about epic!

Happy almost engagement anniversary! I am beyond excited to photograph you two again for your Sunol Casa Bella 2021 wedding. Have a joyful and peaceful Holiday season!

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