June 6, 2019
Kingwood Center Gardens, a beautiful 47-acre estate with a mansion that has part of the home open to the public for tours. Built in 1926, Kingwood Center was the home to Charles King, that worked for the Ohio Brass Company and made his fortune doing so. In 1953, Mr. King passed away, and with no heirs, donated his estate to the very organization that runs and maintains the property today!
If you have never been to Kingwood, you’re missing out on quite the gem to Central Ohio! The 47-acre property provides so many beautiful backdrops for photos, not to mention an even more beautiful place to hold a wedding!
When Taylor and Lee scheduled their session, we started talking about locations. I emailed Taylor some different options, and I was over the moon when she chose to Kingwood Center as their location!
Ever since seeing a photo of the mansion decorated for Christmas, my creative heart was biting at the bit to photograph there. Kingwood Center certainly did NOT disappoint! Everywhere I turned I saw something that I could photograph and knew right away it would be spectacular!
Taylor’s dusty blue dress certainly made my life a ton easier, as well! I can’t express enough how important outfits are for engagement photos! And I adore it when my couples take the time to put thought into their outfits for their engagement photos!
I hope you all enjoy this Kingwood Center Gardens engagement session as much as I do! It’s one of my favorite engagement sessions to date! I know a lot has to do with Taylor’s love and appreciation of photography! Her emails always brighten my day and put a smile on my face!
September 14th, please hurry up so I can hug these two again!
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