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Ryan Proposed To Kaitlin | Cambridge MA

Ryan and Kaitlin got engaged on May 19th , 2012 at the top of the hill in North Point Park, overlooking the famous Zakim Bridge.

Ryan had previously set everything up so that I was able to be there to permanently document the moment for them, which was an awesome surprise for Kaitlin. We met a week prior and kayaked out to the park to pick out the PERFECT place to to the proposal. I loved incorporating kayaking into our wedding business in a way.

On the day of, they paddled a canoe together to the park, walked around for a little bit while Ryan got his nerve up. He walked her to the top of the hill, told her how much me loved her and then… asked her to be his wife. She, of course, said yes.

One of the sweetest moments of the day from my point of view was about 10 minutes after the proposal. We were sitting together and I told her to just talk to her “future huz” while I got things organized for the rest of the session. She burst into tears, having heard Ryan referred to as her future husband for the first time. It almost made me cry too.

Congrats you two!!!

Here is the moment when Ryan told her that I was there, and the onlookers who were as excited as I was!

And a little iPhone love has to be included right?

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This is a photo of me in a burger bar in Stockholm Sweden. I am about to drink the best beer I have ever had. It's a pretty important photo of me. I just remember feeling filled with joy and so so glad to be alive. That's a good place to start on getting to know me.

 

I like to travel.

I like beer.

I like the person who was across the table from me. Any guesses who?

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