Sean and Andrea’s Wichita Mountain engagement session is one I will never forget. The trip from Tulsa is about three hours, and it’s worth it! The wildlife refuge is vast with many places to take photos at, which is a photographers dream. When I first chatted with Andrea, I knew she would be a bride that I wanted to work with. She is down to earth, easy going, and seems to have an effortless laugh and smile. I enjoyed our time together during their engagement session so much, and I cannot wait for their wedding in August of 2021 with their wedding planner, Poppy & Prim. Their Wichita Mountain engagement session was not exactly smooth sailing, but nothing ever really is right? We drove up to the top of Mt.Scott, which if you haven’t been to yet you need to as soon as possible, and although the weather was beautiful that evening, the wind at the top of the Mountain was incredible. Andrea had a dress on that flowed beautifully with the wind, but it was not so warm any more as the sun was setting. We had to bundle up between shots and that made for some memorable laughs! It’s those moments, looking like marshmallows with the high-heals in our hands, that brought us joy. We had to giggle to stay warm, and they were troopers for sticking through the last 20 minutes of their session in the cold for those last views of the golden sunset on top of the mountain. If you are a Tulsa Wedding Photographer and haven’t made the trip out to the refuge, you are missing out. It is a beautiful spot for elopements and couples sessions – if you’re an adventurous family you may even want to take your next family portraits here! View the images below to discover the beauty of the Wichita Mountains in Oklahoma.