What. A. Day. this was! I had woken up early that Saturday morning to
get a headstart on preparing things for Brittney and Kenny's engagements.
I was in a hurry so I raced out to my car to drive over to Trophy Cupcake
where I knew I could get my hands on a few of their red velvets to add just
a few details to their vintage shoot. I got the cupcakes but didn't realize
that the right side of my car was in absolute shreds. At first I didn't understand
what had happened, did I side swipe the car next to me in the parking lot? No.
There was no way someone could hit me that hard by parking. Turns out a drunk
driver decided to hit SIX cars on our street and he was caught. Sure, it's stressful
having to deal with insurance (which he did not have) but God came into the
situation by teaching me immediate forgiveness. I'm just so glad no one was hurt.
Anywho. No way would it stop me from meeting up with Kenny and Brittney!
I borrowed a friend's car, picked up Kip Beelman and we took the ferry over to
Kingston where we drove into Port Gamble. This town was amazing. There was
a house there that I just had to shoot inside, but alas, it was locked. Brittney
had discussed with me that she wanted a more vintage feel to her photos, so
I was so pleased when she came out in her fantastic 40's edgy outfits. Not
only that, but her uncle brought over his Chevy Bel-Air to get a few shots in
as well. It was a beautiful day and a great first time to Kingston.
I am so looking forward to Kenny and Britney's vintage backyard wedding
this summer! You may just be seeing these two on the blog for another
engagement session ;) Thanks Kip Beelman for being my wingman!
Port Gamble, Kingston, WA