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She Said “YES”! Luke & Kim, Proposal : Arizona Wedding Photographer

 

The grapevines were not blooming but love was at the Callaghan Vineyards in Elgin, Arizona.

 

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When Luke contacted me about his desire to propose to Kim and wanting his proposal to be documented I was at once intrigued and excited! He planned a wine-tasting excursion and wanted to propose to Kim in the vineyard. There was one catch…Kim could not know the proposal was coming or that I was there to photograph it!  After collaborating with the folks at the vineyard the plan was set, I would be at the vineyard “shooting promotional images for the vineyard” and happen to need a couple of willing models to make the shoot successful.  A perfect plan!  When Luke and Kim arrived I had already been scouting for a good spot in the vineyard so when I went back to the tasting room I made an announcement to the guests that I was there shooting for the vineyard.  After getting a few pics of Luke and Kim sampling wines I approached them and asked if they would mind going into the vineyard and act as models in a few pics for Callaghan’s. Thankfully Kim was game!

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Love this! Luke couldn’t hide his excitement and Kim was clueless.:)

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The happy and willing vineyard models.:)

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And now it is time to get to the real reason we were there. I was armed with a 400mm lens (thanks Robert for letting me take your sport-shooting lens out to play!) so I could be out of earshot and give Luke and Kim privacy for their moment.

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She said “YES”!

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By now my cover was blown.:)Time to take some photos of the newly-engaged and super-happy couple without pretending like I was shooting for the vineyard.:)

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Rock-zilla!

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A peek at the beautiful surroundings and evening sky made to order on their proposal day.

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Thank you Luke for inviting me to document your proposal!!!! Thank you Kim for agreeing to be a “vineyard model”! Wishing you both much happiness and HAPPY WEDDING PLANNING! XO!

Check out their cute engagement video, best viewed in 1080 HD, click the settings wheel to change resolution. )

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    I like to call things in my life that happen unexpectedly and turn into something wonderful “happy accidents”. I’ve had many happy accidents, meeting my husband, forgetting an ingredient in a recipe and discovering it tasted better without the ingredient, etc... Photography was another “happy accident". A friend needed someone to help shoot auto races, my husband volunteered me and bought me my first Digital SLR camera. Five years have passed since those first nights standing on a wall and trying my best to capture cars traveling 120 mph heading directly at me. It didn’t take me long before I wanted to learn how to operate the camera without guidance. My journey began and still continues. read more