Vermont Proposal Photography at Twin Farms // T & J

Hi, friends! I’m back with Vermont proposal photography gallery highlights from a stunning proposal that took place at Twin Farms, a private 300 acre resort in Barnard, Vermont.

Photographing proposals in Vermont is for sure one of my favorite things — the anticipation, the stress, the excitement! Honestly, proposals might be more nerve-racking than a wedding ceremony. They are for sure less predictable, as often the parner proposing tends to get nervous and sometimes forgets details of the instructions I have given them on where to stand ;). This mostly just means I need to be on my toes a bit more than on a wedding day and get ready to run or change angles at a second’s notice.

The good news? Proposals are insanely beautiful to photograph and often occur on picturesque properties during golden hour with magically lit backdrops or mountain views. When Tyler reached out to me about his proposal to Julie, I knew how much thought had gone into his plans for their day and couldn’t wait to capture the moment for them. Tyler was looking for a beautiful outdoor location on the Twins Farms property and, since photography is important to him and Julie, he wanted to be sure the photos had more of a candid, natural feel to them. The icing on the cake? They were bringing their new puppy with them and Tyler asked that we involve her in the session as well. If you follow me on Instagram at all with my daily doggo stories, you know that I loved this detail.

Long story short: Tyler proposed, their pup high-fived Tyler, and Julie jumped into Tyler’s arms to celebrate. We adventured around the property before Tyler and Julie settled into two adirondack chairs with a glass of champagne to celebrate and take it all in before enjoying a private dinner in the Twin Farms wine cellar.

Enjoy these Vermont proposal photography gallery highlights, friends!


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