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Unique Edmonton Winter Engagement

Michelle and David are two adorable rock-jocks who have an awesome sense of humour. Their unique Edmonton winter engagement session started off with a tour of their favourite city sights.

It was a cool winter afternoon on Whyte Ave, but the chemistry between Michelle and David was all they needed to keep warm. We spent the afternoon exploring many of the awesome Edmonton locations that helped shape this couple’s relationship. Over their years spent together, David and Michelle had a lot of memories scattered around the city – from walks in the river valley, to summers spent at Folk Fest, Edmonton is much more than home to these two.

David and Michelle love each other a tonne, that much is adorably obvious. One other thing that they love is having fun. So as part of their engagement session, David and Michelle wanted to take a few special photos to include as part of their wedding invitation. They wanted these photos to be an epic throwback to the decade of big hair and big shoulder-pads. This couple spent months collecting just the right accessories to put together the perfect 1980’s themed engagement photos. If you want to see some amazing retro portraits, check out this creative engagement session here!

We love it when couples run with a crazy idea. Engagement photos are all about celebrating your love and looking forward to a bright future together. There is no limit to the possibilities and we encourage couples to make their engagement session their own.

Thank you for inviting Deep Blue Photography to capture your unique Edmonton winter engagement photos!

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