Liberty Lands Park Engagement Session: Brian & Kimberly


Couple Story: Brian & Kimberly

Proposal story:

I babysit A LOT… so getting on my weekend calendar can be quite challenging. Brian reserved three dates: April 30, May 14, and May 28 to plan surprise dates. So I did some detective work to figure out when I thought the question would be popped – I came up with the first date… of course! After two hours of getting ready, we got in the car and went to Rose Bank Winery… this was it!!! I had on a black dress that looked great, we were wine tasting, it was spring, and he had just gotten a fresh hair cut… everything seemed aligned! Well, I was VERY wrong and quite honestly… DEVASTATED, LIVID, you name it! But hey – I knew I had two more dates coming up! So luckily I was able to get over it fairly quickly ;).

Date number two arrived – May 14 – I had a fresh manicure, the perfect red dress… but figured after that last date I cannot get my hopes up. The whole day I stayed very calm. When we hit unexpected traffic heading there I wasn’t even worried [so not like me] because, well, this probably wasn’t the day. It was also supposed to thunderstorm all day, again… not worried [who am I?]! We had a nice lunch in New Hope, PA and headed to the surprise date – another winery [I thought it had to be a sick joke if he didn’t propose yet again]. We got to the Washington Crossing’s Winery early and being the pushy planner I am, I said, “let’s go in! They’ll take us early.” So we go in and fly through an hour wine tasting in just about ten minutes. I decide we would get a bottle of our favorite white wine and walk around the grounds. We walked outside to three huge tables of people wine tasting… now I wanted this to be romantic and personal not a show [if it was going to happen]! So I decided to try and find where exactly I wanted to be while being proposed to. I tried walking through the vineyard; and the rule breaker himself says, “We’re not allowed!” So I gave up and let him take the lead again. We walked around to where all the people were [UGH] – however, he took me to a very private archway where he proceeds to say, “OK, let’s do this”,  he got down on one knee and asked me to be his wife!

Credits

Photographer: George Street Photo & Video//Event Venue: Liberty Lands Park//

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