I usually do not let to visit a location very often, seeing how there are so many fantastic and beautiful places in New Jersey! However, I have enjoyed visiting Sayen House and Gardens 5 times this year since April! I should probably build myself a house at Sayen House and Gardens because it is so famous and beautiful.
I have noticed that each time I visit Sayen House and Gardens lately, there have been many people there for prom, homecoming, or a quinceanera. It does make it tough to photograph my couples because most of these people are kids and parents, and they do not respect photographers using a particular spot. Photographers with other photographers wait their turn to use an area, which is just the polite thing to do!
For Hannah and Michael’s Sayen House and Garden’s engagement session, there was a huge group of people for, what we believed, was for homecoming. Hannah, Michael, and I were taking photos in front of the bridge when a group of people bombarded into the bridge we were using for a backdrop. Sadly, we had to move to a different spot because there was no way I could crop out the group of people. This is definitely not a normal thing, but I have noticed that people do not seem to be as respectful they once were the last few times I have visited. Hopefully, this will fade once prom and homecoming season wraps up!
Hannah and Michael will be getting married at Ryland Inn in September of 2022 in the Coach House. I am so excited for their wedding day; I just wish it wasn’t over a year away! The Ryland Inn is one of those venues that is just a photographer’s dream because both the exterior and interior of the venue are drop-dead beautiful!
Jun 18, 2021
Sayen House and Gardens Engagement Session | Hannah and Michael Engaged | Ultimate Edge Photography