Evynn LeValley Photography

Big Sur Engagement Photos 

Garrapata State Park

Trudy and Mark’s story started when they met on the app Hinge. This was all during the pandemic in August 2020. They instantly knew their love was something special. After five months of dating, they moved in together. Mark proposed to Trudy on Christmas day in 2021. They were on a hike in Palm Springs overlooking the entire desert. They celebrated afterward with their family by popping champagne and enjoying tamales together! Now, this leads us to their Big Sur engagement photos.

Trudy grew up on the Monterey Peninsula, so she had the privilege of enjoying Big Sur on a regular basis. She believes Big Sur is one of the most magical and beautiful places in the world. After getting engaged she knew they had to have their engagement photoshoot in Big Sur, and I was given the honor of being their photographer. The spring weather during their engagement session was perfect. I couldn’t have imagined a better backdrop. Trudy and Mark were illuminated by soft, golden light and perfect cloud coverage.

You absolutely can’t go wrong with doing Big Sur engagement photos, with the endless options for gorgeous scenery. Spring weather can be finicky, but when the weather is in our favor, it’s breathtaking. Trudy and Mark’s love for one another was so sweet to capture. All the splendor of Big Sur matched their energy!

Although Trudy is from the area, Big Sur is the perfect location for an adventurous couple to have their engagement session. Garrapata State Park is a great place to start because there are stunning views of the coast. Reach out if you’re ready to schedule an engagement session with me, and I’d be happy to share my favorite locations with you.

Black sweater – Tejido Collective

Boots – Freda Salvador

Hat – from my dads hat collection 

Jeans – Levi’s

Dress was borrowed from a friend

Make-up by local, Monique Mendoza – freelance make-up artist

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