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Enchanting Blueberry Farms Engagement With The Cutest Farm Animals



Amanda and James are getting married later this year, and decided to use their wedding venue for the engagement photo session because it's so stinking GORGEOUS and magical there! Seriously, Ever After Farms in Mims Florida, truly does live up to it's name! As a photographer, I enjoy getting to get away from the city, and relaxing here with couples among the blueberry fields where I can fly my drone freely! There are even cute little mini horses, the sweetest donkey, mischievous goats, and a silkie chicken saloon!


Surrounded by nature, wide open spaces, and friendly farm animals truly felt like a fairy tale! This little black goat wanted to sample the flowers on Amanda's dress so badly, and I think he wanted to go home with them too as he followed them all the way out!



Talk about being distracted while you are working. Omgeee, I don't know how I was even able to focus with these sweet little polite faces asking me for some attention and pets!





The aerial photos of the farm are breathtaking! I can't wait to see how this landscape changes during blueberry picking season!





The farm animals were fun, and the blueberry fields were breathtaking, but my favorite photos from this session were definitely the photos with the old light blue truck! I'm a farm girl at heart, and I can't help but to fall in love with a cozy old farm truck adorned with textured linens and pom pom pillows!




I'll give you one guess to who James is looking at here and reflected in his glasses. Before you zoom in....no it's not the mini pony or the goat!




Such a sweet couple, and such a fun session! I wish we could do this every single day! Until December!




-And they lived Happily Ever After! ...to be continued!


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