I’m pretty sure if you turn the sound up on your computer, you’ll be able to hear Keelin’s laugh through these photos. Actually, I’m certain. This girl is so vibrant and I feel soooo lucky to have met her. A few weeks prior, I was invited to a wedding show at Granite Links (and was convinently located between the raw bar and the champagne fountain–GL, you totally get me;) Right before we were about to pack up shop, Keeling strolled by and instead of giving her my wedding photo pitch like a professional photographer were, I started chatting with her about the size of the shrimp and how good the oysters were. 45 minutes later, we were still talking about life, love, and everything under the sun and I just knew that we were going to be friends and I secretly had my fingers crossed that she’d get back in touch with me. And, since I’m writing this engagement post, I assume you can figure out how the rest of the story went.
I met Keelin and her fiance, Sean, at the arboretum last week. We had bounced around multiple dates and a few locations, but luck was on our side because we had a beautifully warm and dry Friday night with the prettiest sunlight. Sean, who I think was a little leery of the whole engagement photo thing at first, ended up being our tour guide around the arboretum scouting out the best locations with the prettiest views. And I have to say, it was so fun to get behind my lens and let these two interact with one another without much direction because they make one another laugh. Constantly. They are adorable.
Mid-sesh Veuve. Perhaps the funniest bottle popping I’ve witnessed.
I usually end with a laughing photo but since we had so many of those, I went the opposite direction.
Keelin and Sean…you were so much fun and I can’t wait to meet the entire crew this November!!