After a a wonderful weekend full of glorious sunshine and a healthy dose of outdoor rays, it’s time to head back indoors on this Monday and get to work on my laptop. I have a mountain of picture perfect and heart-felt weddings waiting to be featured (thank you to all you talented photographers and newly weds for sending them our way) and they’re coming in fast and furious. There is no time to dilly dally so let’s get to it with this sweet engagement session sent over by Joe Hendricks Photography. Wendy and Daniel really wanted to include personalized elements in their e-session that truly reflected their story, including how they first met online. The result . . . loving and fun engagement pictures which are uniquely theirs. Congratulations you two, we can’t wait for you to share your picnic style wedding. Get all the lovely details behind their shoot from Joe below.From Joe Hendricks: Their first attempt at online dating was a HUGE success! After spending time with Daniel & Wendi, it’s amazing to witness just how perfect the: are for each other. Their silliness and zest for life just makes you want to be around them more! It didn’t take long for them to know that God was calling them to marry – Wendi says, “I was so happy that the dream of marrying the man He had brought me to was finally coming true.” For their engagement session, they wanted to incorporate one of their hobbies, bike riding, so we started off at a local park. They also had a really cute idea of getting some photos with their computers since they met online. We found a beautiful willow tree near the park to take some pictures underneath. There’s a “LOVE” wall near downtown Nashville, and we’d really wanted to photograph a couple there. It just so happens that it’s right next to Alabama Avenue, and Daniel is a huge University of Alabama fan – so he had lots of fun posing with the street sign & his ‘Bama hat! Their wedding will be “a picnic country affair with all of the fixins” according to the bride. It will take place at the historic Travellers Rest Plantation & Museum in Nashville, a National Register property.