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July 6, 2021

Mill of Kintail Summer Engagement | TAYLOR & BRAD

Taylor and Brad’s Mill of Kintail summer engagement ended up happening in the rain and they still look stunning! The forecast said that there was a 40% chance of rain and that it would be over by 6pm. Our session was scheduled for 7:30pm so we never even thought about rescheduling, why would we? It wasn’t supposed to rain… anyways we arrived in the parking lot and sure enough, it started to rain! It was a light enough rain that we decided to just go ahead with it! I am so glad we did because these turned out so good! When it started to rain a bit more towards the end you can even start to see the rain coming down and it gives me mad Notebook movie vibes.

They both knew they were meant to be together after their very first date. They ended up going out on dates four days in a row after that, which is when they officially started dating. About three years later, they were going for a walk on one of the trails in Carleton Place, when Brad got down on one knee and proposed to Taylor. She of course said yes!

They brought their little fur baby, Archie along to their engagement session! He is a chocolate lab/boxer mix, is super cute, and filled with lots of energy! He had a lot fun sniffing around as we walked from spot to spot. Archie also might have got a little confused when I had them walk back and forth in the same spot for a few photos lol. Below you’ll see some of my absolute favourites from their Mill of Kintail summer engagement session!

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