Historic Love, West Palm Beach Style

I was particularly looking forward to this past weekend for a few reasons. First, it was the engagement session of Nicole and Nick – one of my most eclectic and down to earth couples! Secondly, it was Anthony’s birthday weekend, and even though I had to work on his birthday, I made up for it with a romantic weekend getaway, complete with Melting Pot dinner reservations, champagne and a surprise photoshoot! I’ll have more about all of the awesome fun and cool surprises I had for him in another post – but I wanted to get up some of my favorite shots from our engagement session with Nicole and Nick!


Nicole and Nick were such fabulous hosts! We decided to start over at this adorable part of West Palm Beach by Sloan’s Ice Cream and the pier. The weather was unseasonably hot – then again, what is normal weather in Florida around Thanksgiving? We had a little lunch break for some yummy salads and the Ohio State game (or, if you ask Anthony, the Michigan game) and then went back to Nicole and Nick’s house – their little slice of historic heaven in WPB.

Their home is a 1920’s bungalow – part of the Historic District of West Palm. It’s beautiful, rustic and has a great history – Nicole and Nick actually met while she was living next door! They bonded over a love for DIY projects and vintage taste.

Full post coming soon – but for now, a quick sneak peak!

I am so in love with this shot of Nicole.



I love brightly colored walls. (and a complete coincidence to what happened the next day…. details on another post!)


A quick ice cream stop at Sloan’s.



Nicole and Nick’s little piece of heaven, their 1920’s bungalow in Historic West Palm Beach. They’re joined by Toby.




Could you not just eat this little guy up!


And here’s sweet little Roxy!