Though they both crossed paths through the halls of Southridge years ago, Chris and Logan ran in different circles and never had the chance to meet. As fate would have it wasn’t until years down the road that Logan and Chris’s path would align at a trout opener in Spokane. What started off a trip with each of their best friends, turned into the beginning of forever for Logan and Chris, as they both had no idea that their friends were actually cousins who families had cabins right next to one another. It was a weekend completely unplanned and unexpected but the start of something amazing.
Fast forward three years later and these two are now engaged. I’ve been looking forward to Logan and Chris’s engagement session ever since they booked with me this past summer, and man it was worth the wait. We were greeted with what might not have looked like the best weather pattern to start our session (it was raining) but once we got to the location the clouds departed for a few moments and we were greeted with some glorious sunshine. From there mother nature decide to throw us a little bit of everything – from wind to rain to clouds to sun, we had a little bit of all, and it was truly magical in every way.
Logan and Chris – Thank you both so much for such an epic afternoon spent out in the desert. I’m so excited for the adventures you guys have coming up + can’t wait to see pictures from your time across the pond! But am even more excited to see you guys again next August to both capture and celebrate what will most definitely be the best day ever!
Makeup Artistry | Rachel Trumpy
Columbia River Gorge Engagement | Logan + Chris
September 25, 2019