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Our wedding took place in 2012 at Lost River Cave in Bowling Green, Kentucky. We cherish our wedding photos and all of the amazing moments that our photographer captured for us. Our passion is to do the same for you. We understand the magnitude and importance of capturing your wedding day because it only happens once. 

We love being wedding photographers and want to provide you with the most satisfying experience possible, ensuring that you enjoy your time with us and have fun in the process. We have photographed over 150 weddings together in the past 11 years. 

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Surprise Engagement Proposal on a Family Farm in Kentucky

We were so excited when Noah, our niece’s boyfriend, reached out about wanting to propose. He told us all about their special spot on the farm and how he wanted to propose as soon as she got home from college. Noah and Tyler met at Rural King. Tyler was a cashier, and Noah was a loader. She officially met him when he tried to fix her computer at work after it had completed a transaction incorrectly, and he ended up just causing more problems than she had. After the computer debacle, people recommended that Tyler stay away from Noah but surprise she didn’t

Their first date was visiting with Noah’s grandparents, then they went out to dinner and went to the family farm to watch the sunset and stargaze. Noah and Tyler love to drive around together and sing their hearts out to their favorite music. They are both very competitive and like challenging each other in badminton and playing cards.

Noah had promised Tyler they would go on a date when she got home from Virginia after finishing her spring semester. He told her a few details that they would go out to dinner and then watch the stars because that’s one of Tyler’s favorite things to do. Ironically, on the way to dinner, Tyler accidentally chipped her brand-new fingernail paint, looked at Noah, and said, “Good thing you’re not proposing to me today. I’d have to say no, now that my nails aren’t perfect.” After dinner, on the way to the family farm, they were singing in the truck, and Noah mentioned something that made Tyler consider that he might propose, but nothing added up in her head, so she dismissed the thought.

Noah had told Tyler not to look at his phone all day because he had a gift for her, and he wanted to surprise her with it. So when they got to the farm, he told Tyler that he had lied, had the gift with him, and needed her to get out of the truck and walk to the back. So Tyler got out, and Noah said, “I need you to come to the middle of the field,” and she told Noah, “No, I have on heels.” And Noah said, “You’ll be fine,” and took her into the field anyway. Then Noah started talking, and Tyler started saying no, no, no. And then Noah got on his knee, and Tyler looked at him and said, “You’re joking: this is not happening; it’s a joke.” Then she finally said, “Yes, of course, and hugged him.” Kevin and I then snuck out of the bushes and captured the sweet moment between Tyler and Noah. We are so happy for Tyler and Noah and can’t wait to celebrate their big day next year!

Engagement Proposal Photos by Kevin and Anna Photography