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March 18, 2020

East Atlanta Village Engagement // Jordan + Eric

Art. Coffee. Dancing.
And maybe a little bit of cold wind. But that always adds a few fun bloopers to the gallery too (see example below). East Atlanta Village was something meaningful for this couple, so naturally it was a perfect location for their engagement session. With a bonus of so many interesting backdrops.

I knew we were a great fit after meeting with Jordan and her strong woman posse (her mother and grandmother). We chatted over a cup of coffee in Marietta Square, and I discovered how much these ladies rocked. I was so excited she and Eric chose to have me capture their wedding journey for them.

My favorite part of Jordan + Eric’s engagement session was their comfort to let loose and be themselves. We had so much fun goofing off, exploring the murals, and doing a little in between dancing.

CQP East Atlanta Village Engagement Christine Quarte Photography

I’m an absolute sucker for some pops of colors and large artwork walls. And East Atlanta Village had plenty to choose from. It almost felt like a Scavenger Hunt looking for the next one. We scored big at one wall connected to a local yoga business. This was where these two perfectly mimicked the yoga pose and dance move (hats off to those childhood dance lessons!). At the end, we finished with a (very much appreciated) warm cup of coffee from an East Atlanta Village local coffee shop.

CQP East Atlanta Village Engagement Christine Quarte Photography

I had a great time capturing Jordan + Eric’s winter East Atlanta Village engagement session. And look forward to capturing their big day later this fall in Marietta! Congratulations on your engagement.

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