8 Phenomenal Outdoor Engagement Photos That Go Above And Beyond

When it comes to taking your involvement paints from ehhh to ahhh-mazing , we have just threewords of advice for you: location, location, location.

Leave the cutesy props at home and find “the worlds largest” awe-inspiringlocation you can. Done and done. Your engagement photos automatically won’t be boring.

You can smile on a steep cliff back or hikeyour lane deep into a fairytale wood like a few of these eight pairs did for their engagement discussions featured on Green Wedding Shoes.

Then sit back, loosen and tell the congratulates( or, instead, the likes andheart-eyeemojis) roll in. It’s what we like to call #EngagementPhotoGoals.

These fashion industry experts jaunted to the desert withAmanda VanVelsto capture all the good vibes and positivity Salvation Mountain( an skill experiment swerved tribute to God) has to offer.


Here’s a course to score instant levels for your engagement photos: surprise your mother by wearing her wedding dress, find a metaphysical forest, hike waaay in and hope for haze. Too, make sure to snag a murderer photographer, likeKristen Booth, who’s down for the cause.


These two cute wanderers hop-skip on a flight from Alabama to Colorado for their action session in the Rocky Mountains withW& E Photographie.


This sunny, dream-like date period was captured byCaroline Tranin a rolled field near Los Angeles.


Photographer Ryan Flynn captivated a snippet of what looked like all four seasons at the top of the Washington mountains for the purposes of our couple’s special shoot.


It’s OK to be jealous of this ultra-cool duet. They were done for this stylish conference in the Hollywood Hills, featuring a vintage VW Bug and sultry shootings byJana Williams.


Want to pull out all the stops for your e-photos? Makelike these two by spotting an vacated castling, climbing to the pinnacle and pose for the camera soKatie Shulercan get the shot.


If you aren’t afraid of statures( or a little wind ), hike up to the top of Columbia River Gorge( it’s a 5-mile hike embracing 1,500 hoofs of altitude) withChristy Cassano-Meyerto get a photolike this!

Inspired now tochoose an epic spot for your action photos? We thought so! Help pave the way for a new change of cool action photos( that aren’t cheesy or boring) by choosing a gunman backdrop and letting it do( most of) the talking.