As a last-ditch effort to find love before committing to a life with dogs “(which honestly, wouldn’t have been bad at all)”, Lisa tried a free trial on Match.com. As luck would have it, she quickly found a cute engineer who was new to the Baltimore area, and she decided to message him. Their first date was at the Pure Wine Cafe in Old Ellicott City, which proved to be a poor choice being that neither of are big wine drinkers. However, they discovered that despite the poor location choice (for them – honestly I’ve been to the wine cafe and if you like wine, it’s a winner of a location!), the company was quite wonderful! Their second date was a picnic at Centennial Park. So naturally it only made sense for their engagement portraits to be at the same place – the place that had more meaning for them at the beginning of their relationship. The sun set over the lake, as we walked along the fall colored busy paths for their engagement portraits at Centennial Park. We talked and got to know each other. We discussed wedding plans, Covid, and life in general. I got a real feel for the quiet sweetness of Lisa and Brian.
In the last few moments of their engagement portraits at Centennial Park, a bug flew into Lisa’s eye. Because of the kamikaze bug, I was able to get some pretty sweet adorable moments of laughter between the two of them. Thank you Lisa for pushing through the “bug guts” in your eye and for so gracefully laughing through the pain. Brian, thank you for helping her!
Lisa and Brian, it was so wonderful meeting me and asking me to capture this season in your lives. I can not wait for your September Howard County Conservancy Wedding, it’s going to be gorgeous.
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