This serene couples session in the mountains showcases everything we love about fine art, florals and film. Mason Neufeld Photography captured designer Stefani of Fawn de Nysschen and husband Mike mountainside near Canmore. Each film exposure is it’s own piece of art and this shoot was a celebration of marriage, nature and floral design. You can tell that Stefani has an artist’s eye, with her vision for this couples session in the mountains. Keep scrolling till the end to see Stefani & Mike take a dip in a mountainside lake as part of their session!
From the Designer:
My artistry and design work has many moons to come and evolve in experimentation. Mason’s work always explores that eternal timeline for my life and brand and I will forever cherish what we create together. Also the flowers were a combo of curating blooms that were ready from my garden and a local floral shop. Fawn de Nysschen
Tying a silk ribbon to any fresh floral bouquet is an easy way to add a simple romantic touch. We love the way this blush ribbon complements the bouquet’s roses. When deciding on a ribbon for your own bouquet, consider your colour palette, and the length, width, and texture of the ribbon itself (we’ve been loving hand-dyed silk ribbons and the texture of velvet ribbons lately!).
We’re always a fan of adding a quick wardrobe change to elevate your couples session. Stefani’s linen shirt dress perfectly shifts with the mood from fun and flirty to soft and romantic as the sun sets.
We have some tips for choosing your own engagement session outfits (from some of our fave local wedding photographers) on the blog, or check out our Engagement Inspiration Pinterest Board so you can start pinning ideas for your own session!