You could say she was just a girl. Just a girl that was the daughter of a friend of the family. They passed each other in the lobby of the church on Sunday mornings as their families stopped occasionally to chat. But to Nick, she stood out. Her contagious laugh and energy captured his attention. He knew that even though she might say no, he had to give it a shot. He knew that she could be the girl of his dreams, so he planned a day of picnics and adventure. They spent the whole day together and suddenly Karlie and Nick became partners with a wonderful, inseparable bond.
They’ll be married this November with their families and church friends that brought them together in the first place. As we explored the small lake town of Winona, it was so easy to tell the love that Karlie and Nick had for each other, and I can’t wait to see them become husband + wife. Karlie and Nick, thank you so much for making the drive and exploring Winona Lake with me, it was so worth it! Counting the days until the wedding – xx, M. P.S. Dear Nick, thank you for not getting mad at me when I called you by your brothers name 😉
He looked familiar. As Fairren stared at him from across the room, her mind turned as she tried to figure out where she knew him from. Then it clicked. He was the boy she passed in the hallways of the local college, the boy that she never paid any mind. But now, the quiet boy that was in the back of her mind was talking to her. His calm demeanor, gentle laugh, and comforting personality swept her off her feet.
Almost instantly, their individual lives molded and adapted to become centered around each other. Over the years, the once upon a time classmates became best friends, confidants, and created a beautiful relationship and family. They were expecting their beautiful baby girl when Mase unexpectedly walked through the doors of the baby shower with a ring and a question that promised a magical future.
They’ll be married next spring in a gorgeous fairytale wedding, and I could not be more excited to document the day. Mase and Fairren, thank you so much for braving the heat and humidity, and fingers crossed for cooler weather next spring 🙂 I can’t wait! xx- M