I am obsessed with Grace and Coleman’s Traditional Korean Hanbok engagement session! I’m convinced they could have successful careers as models. We started their engagement session at Coleman Hill (which was the perfect place for Coleman’s engagement pictures, am I right?), and ended at The Terminal Station. We were hoping for the Japanese Magnolias to be blooming by the time of their session, but unfortunately they bloomed really late this year so we had just missed them! Seriously I think they started blooming two days later. Thankfully the camellias were blooming beautifully so we just took advantage of them!
Grace and Coleman are having an afternoon wedding at Coleman’s parents gorgeous house next month, and I’m so excited for them! I know everything will be beautiful and I can’t wait to photograph it.
Traditional Korean Hanbok Engagement Session | Grace + Coleman
Can we just talk about Grace’s incredible tattoos?! I’m vicariously living through her because I’ve always wanted sleeve tattoos!
More About Me
I’m Candice Emerson and I’ve been a family and wedding photographer for over 10 years now! I’m a hybrid photographer, which means I shoot on digital cameras as well as film cameras. My style is considered fine art, “light and airy”, romantic, and timeless. I love every couple I get to meet and photograph. I’m a photographer serving in Macon, GA and photograph weddings and families in Macon, Fort Valley, Perry, Milledgeville, Savannah, and Atlanta. I’m always up for an adventure and ready for destination weddings or engagement sessions any day of the year! Contact me for more information on meeting for coffee and booking your wedding! I would love to be your wedding or family photographer! Contact me for availability!