We're suckers for loved up couples, soft light, beautiful photography and all things travel related.

So when this darling engagement shoot, complete with battered suitcases, sweet kisses and much map perusing landed in our inboxes we thought it'd be rude not to share it with you all.

Thanks to Stephen and Chelsey, the talented husband and wife duo behind TréCreative Film And Photo, for brightening up our Thursday with these pretty photos. And congratulations to Mason and Leah on your engagement!

Chelsey shares a little more about Mason and Leah's engagement session:

I first met Leah in elementary school and we stayed friends throughout junior high and high school. When she moved back to Chico after a few years of going to school in up Redding, we quickly started getting together for coffee and catching up on life. Soon after, she began dating Mason who became good friends with Stephen. Lets just say we have gone on several double dates with these two!

As our friendship has grown, we have seen Mason and Leah's love for one another grow. It has been such a beautiful thing to watch! They are incredible servants and just being around them makes you feel so rejuvenated!

A few Saturdays ago we headed up Highway 32 in search of the perfect mountain-esque scenery for the backdrop of this engagement photography shoot. We had been brainstorming for a few months and eagerly made our way up to the beautiful mountains. All four of us were so giddy to find the perfect locations. We ended the engagement session in a beautiful field just as the sun started to hide behind the mountains. Mason and Leah have a huge heart to travel and spread love to the world, specifically to Africa. They've added some travel themed elements to their wedding, so we thought we'd bring along some of those props to their engagement session as well.

Um, how gorgeous are Leah's pink streaks?! #hairenvy Yep, I just used a hashtag in a post. Next thing you know, we'll be writing posts less than 140 characters!

Lots more Engagement Shoots on Bridal Musings