William “Bill” Hughes Park is a beautiful 31-acre stretch of a part of Roseville known as the greenbelt. With its paved bike path and dirt hiking trails surrounded by fields of tall grass, this park is beautiful year-round. This area was perfect for romantic engagement sessions, covered by oak trees and shrubs.
Dee and Kris met with Emily and Cory at Hughes Park for an engagement session filled with laughter. A true reflection of this fun-loving, adventurous couple.
This couple loves do dance together and showed some of their moves among the fescue grass.
After a wardrobe change into this beautiful sage-colored dress, Emily and Cory broke into a bit of a West Coast Swing dance. They dance competitively if you couldn’t tell.
The light on this spring day in May was so lovely and warm. It only highlighted the love and warmth between this couple. They walked together and laughter together and it seemed to make the sun shine brighter.
In addition to its beautiful terrain, William “Bill” Hughes Park also has this fantastic bridge known as Bent Tree Bridge. Definitely, this bridge with it’s winding charm added a touch of elegance. Without a doubt, Emily and Cory fed into that charm with their flirty poses and playfulness.
Not only does this couple enjoy dancing together, but together they also ride hoverboards like this one from Onewheel. Their spirit of adventure was evident as they rode side-by-side holding hands. As a result, Dee and Kris could capture these awesome photos of Emily and Cory together.
They held hands as they hovered and raced each other down the bike path. Undoubtedly they enjoy the fun things in life, including one another. As their engagement session ended, they rode off into the sunset with one last look back and the flash of a peace sign.