June 19, 2021

Lincoln Park Engagement with Anna & Tyler

FILED IN: Engagements

Geese and ducks swam in the water, sending ripples across the harbor. In the background, monolithic buildings of stone and steel stuck up into the sky. Anna and Tyler stood in the grass, looking at each other and smiling. This Lincoln Park engagement session was one of my favorite shoots last year.

One of my favorite thing from this engagement shoot was that Anna and Tyler had sent out PBRs to all of the people in their wedding party, with instructions that they had to chug the PBR to accept the invitation. So their friends who were driving us around to different areas in Chicago for this shoot brought two PBRs for them to chug. So at the end of the shoot, as we were wrapping things up, Anna and Tyler were surprised with beers in the park. It was hilarious and fun. We recently captured Anna and Tyler’s wedding back in Indianapolis, and that will be up on the blog soon.

Did you love this Lincoln Park engagement shoot?

If you loved this engagement shoot, then check out some of our other recent shoots.

Firstly, check out this adorable engagement shoot in Chicago with Kathleen and Rashad. Jenn captured photos of Kathleen and Rashad at the Robey and a few other places in Chicago. It was an amazing time and the photos are gorgeous.

Also, check out this stunning engagement session in Chicago with Lily and Zack. These two introduced Jenn to the Robey which has quickly become one of our favorite places to visit in Chicago. They also introduced us to Small Cheval, one of the very best burger joints we’ve ever been to.

Also, check out this great engagement shoot with Daniel and Allison. This was one of the coldest shoots Steve ever did. It was close to zero degrees with the windchill. Daniel and Allison were amazing though and stuck with it throughout all the cold weather. Plus, we got a great view of a bunch of different locations in downtown Chicago.

Lastly, check out this wonderful engagement session with Madeline and Steve. This shoot also took place largely in the Lincoln Park area. It was a wonderful time.

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