Colorful Air Terminal Museum Engagement – When you think about your favorite ending to a romantic movie, most times it happens at an airport. An airport can be a unique location to capture the ambiance of an intriguing love story. For Kim and Alfredo, we shot their engagement session at the historic 1938 Air Terminal Museum. Designed during the Art Deco era, this museum serves as a wonderful event venue with a very distinctive setting. Most remarkable are the marble floors and elegant chandelier. Colorful Air Terminal Museum Engagement
Since we were heavily blitzed by wind and rain, the shoot was cut short. Luckily, we completed the first part of the session in the morning around the Houston Heights area. This area is rich and diverse with vibrant architecture. Houston Heights is known for its mom and pop-type shops, eccentric cafes and restaurants. On 19th Street are charming boutiques, antique and thrift stores.
This gorgeous couple has impeccable taste, with a chic-casual style. Choosing jewelry with bold colors and unique shapes can add a striking visual element to your presence in photos. Other colorful accessories like shoes, a hat, earrings, or even a bright lipstick will work to add a bursting pop of color. Kim’s necklace was a dazzling statement piece. Her fuchsia pink ruffled off-the-shoulder dress was the best twist to the lively backgrounds. As a refreshing contrast to Kim’s bright look, Alfredo wore a navy white dot printed shirt with khaki pants.
Kim and Alfredo had a lot of fun during their session. It took some convincing on my part to get them to strike some serious poses. They were definitely more comfortable laughing and having a good time. The most memorable part of the session was the dance off. Look at these images and tell me who won. Let’s just say, they’re ready for America’s Got Talent. All we need is Nick Cannon to make it official.