Natalia + Alex | Santa Clarita Engagement

May 23, 2018 | Engagement

Meet Alex and Natalia! These two perfect-for-each-other were such a joy to capture. Even though we had to change locations last minute due to weather, I’m so happy with this session!

Of course, the only day it’s crazy weather in Bakersfield, is the session day for these two! We kept looking at the weather on the coast (where the original location was), and we finally had to call it due to dark clouds and 40+MPH winds…ya, I don’t think that would have been the “look” they were going for.

So last minute change of plans, I came across this place that wasn’t too far from Bakersfield, CA. We all piled into their car and made the trip. The skies and lighting was amazing and it was GREEN there!! and BONUS: on the way back we saw (what Alex thought) a castle/movie set hahaha, Google didn’t give me anything so we will just have to be okay with thinking it’s a hidden castle!

Keep an eye out for part two of their engagement session. Even though this one wasn’t at Natalia’s requested location, we plan to go to the coast to finish up their engagement! I’m excited for round 2!!


Hair: Lily Bridal Hair

Makeup: Janette Deniz

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