Princeton Battlefield Engagement Session !!!

This couple was referred to us by a dearest friend… They picked a package with an E-Session… The Princeton Battlefield has a special meaning for the groom to be, he used to come to study at the Park while attending college in Princeton ….. Luckily, the weather was perfect on an April Sunday to get the photos taken… Here are some of the almost 100 pics we provided them with… Their fall wedding will be held at a winery !!!

Princeton Engagement Photo

"Fun Princeton Engagement Photo - New Jersey Wedding Photographers"

"Princeton Engagement Photo - New Jersey Wedding Photographers"

Princeton Engagement Photo

"Princeton Engagement Photo - New Jersey Wedding Photographers"

Princeton Battlefield Engagement Photos

"Princeton Engagement Photo - New Jersey Wedding Photographers"

Princeton Battlefield Engagement Photo

"Princeton Engagement Photo - New Jersey Wedding Photographers"

Blooming spring wild flowers for props... Princeton Engagement Photos

Al Ojeda Photography – New Jersey Wedding Photographers – Covering the Tri-State Area – Destination Weddings

Contact: ida@alojeda.com – 908 240 3240

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4 thoughts on “Princeton Battlefield Engagement Session !!!

    • Thanks for your comments Gregg… You made us curious and got this online info about this Park:

      “One of the most significant events in American History occurred here. During what is now known as the “Ten Crucial Days” and “The Turning Point of the Revolution”, Washington defeated the British.
      After the famous Crossing of the Delaware on Christmas night 1776 and then the Battle of Trenton, Washington made his way to Princeton. Here, on January 3, 1777, Washington got his first victory against British Regulars. This is the place where General Hugh Mercer died, whom Mercer county is named after, where the first US Marine died and where George Washington rallied his troops to carry on the fight for freedom.
      Without the Ten Crucial Days, Washington’s army would have collapsed. It is because of these victories that the fight for independence survived and July 4th 1776 is not just a footnote in world history”

      By the way, on the day of this engagement photoshoot, there was a reenactment taking place: British Souldiers with their red uniforms… 🙂

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