They found each other on Bumble. Kate messaged Charlie first. In true Kate bubbly, sweet fashion, the first thing she said to him, “I know you know this but you have great hair.” After their first date at Southern Provisions in Canton, Charlie knew this was different. “It felt like fate”. So that very night when he arrived home with confidence in this new girl, one who quoted old movies, he deleted all his dating apps and took the jump! That was two years ago in the summer of 2017, now here they are planning their summer 2020 wedding having their fall engagement portraits at Fell’s Point captured.
When I first got Kate’s inquiry email earlier this year, it came with a long paragraph of information about the two of them and I immediately began praying that they would book with me. We spent a good hour or more at Starbucks talking about our dogs (I have a Jake and Charlie has a Jake!), talking about little man (who I was still preggo with) and about everything under the sun. They’re the kind of couple that you immediately feel close to, or at least for me that was the case. The kind of people who geninunely want to know how life is going and care about those around them. Wandering around Fells Point for their engagement portraits never felt awkward or a search for conversation, it was like wandering around Fells Point with old friends.
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