Kaitlyn + Nick Are Engaged!
Let’s talk for a second about one of the most wonderful times of the year—engagement season! With the changing of the seasons and the holidays comes lots and lots of proposals and beautiful, brand-new rings. Even though engagement season coincides with the coldest part of the year, the snowy season can make for some of the most romantic engagement photos! One of the best parts of being an Ottawa wedding photographer for sure!
I was so happy with Kaitlyn and Nick decided to embrace the snow and picked secluded woods for their engagement session location. Shooting the Mill of Kintail engagement photos is one of my absolute favorite things to do. They looked perfect in their winter outfits and brought their darling dogs. Is there anything better than a pup (in a sweater!), a gorgeous and in-love couple, and a cozy and snowy afternoon?! I think not.
Katilyn and Nick are the sweetest pair. They met six years ago through mutual friends and dated long-distance for what seemed like forever while Kaitlyn finished nursing school and Nick worked as a paramedic in Kingston and Ottawa. They finally were able to spend every day together when Kaitlyn moved to Ottawa, and the rest is history!
Nick surprised Katilyn with a darling proposal. One day, she came home from work to find arrows posted throughout the entire house. Each arrow told a story and led her on a trail. She followed them up the stairs and found an arrow on the door that said “Will you…” When she opened the door, Nick was down on one knee, and their dog, Cooper, had the final arrow around his neck with the words “marry him?” on it. She was obviously thrilled, and I for one, am glad that he asked!
It has been such a pleasure to get to know them both and learn more about their love story and wedding plans. They’re set to be wed on September 3rd, and I definitely think that their Strathmere wedding will be one for the books! Check out their joy-filled and spontaneous wedding photographs below. The images of them playing in the snow and their dogs trying to catch snowballs in their mouths are some of my favorite ever!