This Riverside couples session at the California Citrus State Historic Park was all sorts of exciting. Victoria surprised Michael with a couples session before she moved off to Utah. Michael had no idea that this session was happening until I showed up, camera in hand, ready to work. I was absolutely horrified when Victoria told me that Michael didn’t know about the session. I was frozen completely unsure how Michael would react but lemme tell you–they ROCKED their session. The steam was real.
This Riverside couples session was one for the books. I loved that Victoria incorporated Michael’s street bike into their Riverside couples session. I am so glad Victoria and Michael were able to set some time to connect with each other before Victoria heads out for nursing school and they embark on a new adventure of having a long distance relationship. They didn’t give any $%*&’s about all the car’s passing them by as they made out or acted completely silly. It was totally worth almost getting ran over.
If you are planning a couples session, I highly recommend adding some personal touches to your session that speaks to you as a couple. Are you both adventurous? Let’s go for a hike or to a destination. If you both love sports, wear a jersey for some or toss/kick around a ball during your session. Music? Check out a local record store or have a custom record to use as a prop. If you love beer or wine, lets share a drink during your session! The options are endless. The details could be a small detail or you can make a statement. I challenge you to not be scared to think outside of the box for your couples session. Couple sessions are to connect with each other, share a laugh, and forget about the outside world for the time we have together.
If you’re interested in checking out another couple’s session check out Austin and Kasey’s sunrise Sunset Cliffs anniversary session.